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I was wondering how long it would take steve :D

 

btw discovered butter before toasting by sort of accident. Was two bits of bread that were buttered for dinner that never got ate so later that night thought "what the hell why not" lets toast it.

 

Its like fried bread but better. Very very light.

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I usually toast one side of the bread; then apply cheese to un toasted side, then return under grill..this way you melt the cheese but don't burn the bread. my fave is marmite cheese on toast...same

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How about melting the cheese with a little milk in a saucepan and then pouring it all over the half toasted bread, then back under the grill to brown off?....it's not what I do but some of the family like it that way.

For me slices of strong Cheddar, seasoned with a hint of garlic and ground black pepper. Oh and the bread is imporant it has to be thick sliced white, I like the crust.



How about melting the cheese with a little milk in a saucepan and then pouring it all over the half toasted bread, then back under the grill to brown off?....it's not what I do but some of the family like it that way.

For me slices of strong Cheddar, seasoned with a hint of garlick and ground black pepper. Oh and the bread is imporant it has to be thick sliced white, I like the crust.

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All this talk made me want for tea eggy bread but alas out of eggy

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The remedy is encapsulated in the complaint. Make sure ALL the toast is covered in cheese

...and serendipity - the bigger the pieces of toast, the more cheese you need to put on !

I was going to say that, but you beat me to it.

 

I always make sure my toast is covered in cheese (when it's meant to be anyway), and scoff any that won't fit on.

 

The other alternative is to make a proper Welsh Rarebit (and cover the toast).

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The trick is not having the grill so high. I have mine set about 3/4 and once in watch the progress through the glass; have the cheese set so that it slightly overlaps.

If you're worried about cheese spillage put the bread on a Pyrex plate. The cheese always melts before the bread can be burned.

 

Also add other things to make it less boring.

 

Sliced tomatoes under the cheese, or sliced Onion, or Jam.

 

Me personally, I enjoy this:

 

A layer of Strawberry Jam, 3 Plum Tomatoes which I quarter then the strongest mature Cheddar I can get on top set on a large slice of Hedgehog Bread.

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And still nobody's tried the pan method.........

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Toast bread put cheese on and pop in microwave job done no burnt bread

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And still nobody's tried the pan method.........

 

Maybe no-one here had cheese on toast last night or this morning.

 

I don't have any *non-stick* pans - all my pans are non stick through proper treatment, but I don't know if that would work with cheese - (it works for omelettes, and anything else intended to go in a frying pan), and I'm happy with the way my cheese on toast is anyway without making any changes. :P;)

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A decent seasoned cast iron pan should be fine - a bit heavy for flipping over one handed though.

Unfortunately, I can't use mine because I have a ceramic hob at this house.

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