Pimp my cheese on toast
spread Marmite onto the toast, spread with a thick layer of hummus
I know taste is in the mouth of the beholder, but by christ that sounds rank.
Bread, butter, Tommy K, ham, cheese. Grated, 70% strong cheddar, 30% pizza mozzarella. Devour. Like a croque monsieur, only less pretentiousPosted 4 years agoslackaliceMember
May I recommend: Lightly toast one side of your bread. Meanwhile, grate cheddar and mix with a bit of chutney (Branston if you must/have to, otherwise homemade preferable) in a bowl. Spread this delightful mixture over the untoasted side and place under medium grill until desired amount of melting. Serve with steaming mug of tea and enjoy 😛Posted 4 years agoCountZeroMember
Lightly toast the bread, put the sliced cheese on then add plenty of black pepper from a grinder, and plenty of hot chilli from a grinder, (the Morrison ones are particularly good), then stick back under the grill.Posted 4 years ago
Much yumminess, with minimum time wasted in preparation.
Right, I know what my supper is gonna be a bit later on…bradleyMember
4 slices of ‘just done’ toast were ravished upon returning home from work.
Here are the toppings and my opinions…
Red pesto – The tastiest but could’ve done with a bit more pesto.
Marmite – Avoid, didn’t like it.
Green pesto – Tasty but slightly over-powering. Sun-dried tomatoes seem to sing better with cheese.
Tomato puree with ham – Second best, again could’ve done with a bit more puree.Posted 4 years agosausagefingersMember
Man alive this is getting daft.There is only one acceptable answer,it’s no coincidence that when God invented the pig that it tastes of bacon.Posted 4 years ago
Fancy condiments,sauces and fish based products are a no no.
Cheese,toast and bacon – the holy trinity.Here endeth the lessongarage-dwellerSubscriber
Jalapenos or tabasco or both.
Or sainsburys mackerel in hot n spicy sauce under the cheese (+jalapenos)
Or au naturel with some pickle on the side (+ maybe just a few jalapenos)
I have an unhealthy chilli fixation today.
Anchovies yum. Not ob cheese on toast though. In pizza and fresh fish dishes.Posted 4 years ago
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