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An R180 Toaster, Kimchi and Corned Beef?

This post was sponsored by Revolution Cooking(TM) as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed are my own.

Nomsters, words can’t even begin to express the magic that is the R180 Toaster from Revolution Cooking™. This touchscreen appliance will give you the yummiest noms possible all day every day. It’s faster, and smarter than any other gadget out there, and it makes tastier food too, so keep your expectations high.

revolution toasted

It has a super intuitive, user-friendly display that customizes the shade and crispness you want, and it locks in moisture and flavor, which makes a huge difference in taste. Choose from the on-screen options (bread, bagel, waffle, English muffin or toaster pastry) to curate your experience based on what you’re cooking. The R180 Toaster has smart sensors that adjust the heating process based on your carb of choice, voltage level and temperature, and it has manual reheat + defrost settings as well.

When it’s not in use, the screen displays the time, and cleanup is easy peasy because it has a removable crumb tray.  Now, in honor of this magical toaster, we’ve come up with a seriously nom sandwich idea for you guys today:  a “light” reuben with kimchi.  We know that sounds cray, but the combo works so bear with us.

Start by gathering all the necessary ingredients: 2 slices of rye or whole wheat, 1/4 lb (or more if you want a fat sammy) of corned beef, 3 oz of sauerkraut, some thousand island dressing and of course, kimchi – we’re skipping butter and cheese because this is the “lighter” option, and we’re not cooking it in a skillet.

kimchi reuben sandwich

Now, a few things to remember before you assemble your reuben. Drain your sauerkraut and kimchi before getting your stack on because no one likes a soggy sammy, and go easy on the dressing. Start by toasting your bread – we like ours fairly crispy so we set it on 7 – and then spread a thin layer of dressing on ONE piece. Chop some kimchi up – this fermented nomness is available in most asian marts – and layer it on top of your meat and sauerkraut.

sliced kimchi

This traditional Korean staple is low-cal, low-fat, rich in vitamins and probiotics, and adds a ton of flavor so it’s basically magic in the form of cabbage. Add as much or as little as you want before enjoying this for lunch.

Alright friends, we hope you enjoyed reading about the R180 Toaster and one of our favorite go-to sammies. If you want to cop one of these toasters for yourself, use code REVCOOK20 at checkout to get 20% off from 12/1-12/31, and sign up for their email list for more info.  Let us know what you thought of today’s post by leaving a comment below, and check back soon for fresh new content. Until next time, Nomsters!


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