Good Cook Touch Whisks Review & Roast Beef Mozzarella Toasted Sandwich

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Every time I see a recipe that requires me to whisk something, I groan a bit inside.  It has something to do with the fact that I hugely lack in upper body strength, and after a few twirls around the bowl my arms are tired.  Sad, I know!
So when I was sent these Good Cook Touch Whisks to review as part of the Good Cook Touch Hunt, I was hoping that they would make whisking easier…

Well my arms still get tired while whisking (time for some strength training apparently!), but these whisks are so comfortable to hold while whipping up your ingredients, and my hands and palms are sure happier for that!

I also like that there are two different sizes of these whisks, the larger one is a nice size for mixing up brownies or muffins, and the smaller size is fantastic when you only need to do a little bit of whisking, like the spread I made for these sandwiches below.

These are really sturdy whisks, the wires are durable and don’t bend every which way and I’ve put them in the dishwasher numerous times and they haven’t rusted or tarnished at all.

Right now during the Touch Treasure Hunt, if you order these whisks at you can save 30% instantly.
They’d make a great Mother’s Day gift (albeit belated if you order them now!), if the mom you know and love enjoys being in the kitchen!

Roast Beef and Mozzarella Toasted Sandwich
Inspired by a  Panera Bread recipe


¼ cup mayonnaise
1 tsp. horseradish dry mix seasoning
8 slices of honey wheat bread
12 oz. of deli sliced roast beef
¼ cup of steak sauce
8 ounces of thinly sliced Mozzarella cheese
Olive Oil cooking spray


1. Warm a skillet over medium-high heat.

2. Whisk the mayonnaise and horseradish mix together and spread over each slice of bread.

3. Place 3 oz of roast beef on 4 slices of the bread.  Drizzle the beef with the steak sauce, top each with 2 oz. of cheese and then complete the sandwich by placing the remaining slices of bread on top with the mayonnaise spread facing down.

4. Mist the Olive Oil spray on the outside of the sandwiches and heat them in the skillet.  Press down on theme with a spatula until they are browned, about 3 to 4 minutes a side.

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