Food fans go mad for viral air fryer toastie that means there's NO washing up | The Sun

THERE'S nothing quite like a good old fashioned toastie.

Whether you like yours with just cheese or prefer to go crazy with different fillings – they're always a delicious snack.

The only problem with making a toastie is the mess and washing up you're always left with, but one savvy home cool shared how they make the perfect toastie using just their air fryer.

Lee Wakefield took to TikTik to try the viral trend for himself and was amazed by the tasty grub.

He started with two slices of white bread and added ham and cheese for the filling.

Next, he made a small around dent on the outside of the bread using his fingers where he can add an egg.

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To prevent making a mess, the foodie added the egg once the toastie was already in the air fryer.

And because you can never have too much cheese, he also added a few extra slices around the outside of the egg.

After five minutes in the air fryer at 180 degrees Lee was left with a perfectly cheesy toastie.

The yolk of the egg was still slightly runny, but if you prefer a hard yolk just add a couple more minutes on to the cooking time.

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Viewers noted that Lee forgot one vital step as he didn't butter his bread which would've added to the flavour and golden colour, but he assured viewers that he would remember for next time.

Other viewers were amazed by how delicious the toastie looked, one said: "Lee you absolute champion, that's breakfast sorted!"

Another quipped: "Yes! I only use my air fryer for toasties!"

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