- Bread toast 6 slices
- Cheddar Cheese 6 slices
- Dijon mustard 1 tbsp
- Melted butter 2 tbsps
- Black pepper 1/2 tsp
- Milk cream 1/2 cup
- Salt 1 pinch • 1 kcal
It is a delicious recipe of British gastronomy; the culinary legend tells that the peasants were forbidden to hunt and eat rabbits in Welsh lands, because that meat was reserved for members of the nobility, which forced them to substitute that delicious meat for cheese and toast, creating a delicious dish that has been maintained over the years and can be served as an excellent snack or as an alternative for a quick dinner, what I like the most is the easy and the few minutes it takes to make this recipe, you just have to take care not to burn. There are many different recipes to make "rarebit", I will share the traditional ones, those of cheese, which are delicious. The combination of the cheese, with the other ingredients and the bread, make me a great admirer of these toasts.
Put slices of bread on a baking sheet; Toast them for about 5 to 10 minutes. The toasts should be firm so that the cheese sauce does not wet them. While the bread is toasted in the oven, cut the cheese into very small pieces and place in a mixing bowl;
add sour cream, butter, mustard and pepper. Remove the tray from the oven taking care not to burn because it is handled hot. Cover each toast with the cheese mixture, be careful not to overload the toast so that the cheese is not melted in the tray. Put the tray back into the oven in the broil function and toast for 5 more minutes until the cheese begins to melt. When the cheese is melted, its rarebit will be ready.
You can vary this recipe a little by adding a quarter cup of beer. You can also use another variety of cheese according to your taste; It's delicious with emmental cheese. Enjoy it hot!
Servings: 6 Amount per serving Calories 307 % Daily Value* Total Fat 22.3g 29% Saturated Fat 13.6g 68% Cholesterol 56mg 19% Sodium 397mg 17% Total Carbohydrate 15.1g 5% Dietary Fiber 2.4g 9% Total Sugars 1.7g Protein 12.4g