A Spanish tapas cooked using the famous Diablo sandwich toaster! Make the fillings, supply the Diablo and a heat source and let your guests cook their own.
55g / 2oz Cheddar cheese
4 thin slices of Chorizo
1 tablespoon Tomato concentrate
2 slices of bread
Chop the slices of chorizo into medium sized bits.
Grate the cheese.
Pre heat the Diablo on the hob or other heat source such as barbecue.
Chorizo is often eaten "uncooked" because it has been cured. However, some people prefer it to be fried lightly before eating. If that is your preference then simply fry on a medium heat for a minute each side.
Lightly butter both sides of each piece of bread. Lay a piece of bread (butterd side down) in one cup of the Diablo and gently firm it in.
Heap the filling on to the bradand then place the second piece of bread on top (buttered side up). Clamp the Diablo shut and remove the excess bread with the blunt side of a knife.STEP 2
Place the Diablo on the heat source and turn it over every minute or so. When you turn the Diablo, open it up and check the colour of the bread.
After about six minutes both sides of bread will light brown and your Diablo tapas is ready to be served immediately.