Sunday, October 16, 2011

Welsh Rabbit or Rarebit

I couldn't help but make this for breakfast. To me this is proper breakfast as well as snack. You can eat it any time of the day. I did without the cider and the Worcestershire sauce with two of the family members being allergic to seafood. It's a good thing that my 11 year old is learning to read food labels. I didn't know that Worcestershire sauce had anchovies in it.

Anyway the family enjoyed eating them for breakfast. The English mustard really wakes up the pallet. Little did the kiddies know that mustard was in it as they both don't care for it. Welsh Rabbit is basically cheese on toast. I twisted the recipe to be kiddie friendly.

This is my kiddie friendly version of the recipe.

2 English muffins
1 cup sharp cheddar cheese
2 teaspoon butter
1 tablespoon flour (I used whole wheat)
3 tablespoon milk
2 teaspoon of English mustard

Slice the English muffins in half which makes 4 pieces and toast.

Melt the butter and blend the flour in until you've made a roux. Add the mustard and the milk once blended toss in the cheese and take the saucepan out of the heat until cheese has melted. Drape the cheese over the muffins and put in the hot oven to broil the top. Once the cheese starts to get brown toasted spots remove from the oven.

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