Souffled rarebits
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Souffled rarebits
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:57:33 AM. Recipe ID 20121. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Souffled rarebits
 Categories: Cheese, Eggs, Snack, Alcohol
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
      1 oz Butter
      1 tb Plain flour
    1/4 pt Brown ale or stout
      1 ts Prepared mustard
      8 oz Grated Cheddar cheese
      2 ea Eggs, beaten
 
  Melt the butter in a pan.  Stir in the flour and cook over a gentle
  heat for 1 minute. Remove pan from the heat and slowly stir in the
  ale, stirring all the time to avoid lumps. Bring back to the boil
  gently and continue stirring until it thickens. Add the mustard,
  grated cheese and beaten eggs, stirring well. Remove the pan from the
  heat. Spread a generous amount on slices of toast, making sure it
  reaches to the edges of the bread. Put under a preheated moderately
  hot grill until the cheese topping is golden and bubbling.  Serve
  immediately. Notes. In the UK, we'd use Cheddar cheese for this. I
  don't know but I think perhaps Monterey Jack is your nearest. What
  you want is a fairly strong hard cheese. I've tried this also with
  "commercial" mustards, it wasn't as nice. So, if you have ground
  mustard, it's definitely better to prepare it yourself. My children
  used to enjoy cheese on toast until we came across this recipe. Now
  the others don't get a look in. Regards, John. Courtesy of Shareware
  RECIPE CLIPPER 1.1
 




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Recipe ID 20121 (Apr 03, 2005)

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