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Toast

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Serves 12

A crunchy, tasty, outstanding dish suitable for any occasion, at any time of the day.

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Ingredients

  • 12 slices of a bread of your choice
  • 100g salted butter

Method

    1. Firstly, prepare the bread by taking it out of the packet.
    2. Put each slice in suitable toaster and press down the button. Beware of Warbutons toast as it often doesn't fit in a average toaster, I once went round currys with a slice of bread only to find out no toasters would cater for the sheer size of Warbutons Bread.
    3. Whilst the toast is cooking keep a watchful eye on it, leave it for around 1-3 minutes before pressing the cancel button. I prefer 1 minute and 34 seconds
    4. Once the toast is cooked place it on a pre-heated plate and generously spread with butter.
    5. Eat it quick, as it is best when hot

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katering
3rd Mar, 2011
Thanks, took me a while to get it to, sometimes I even put Nutella on instead of butter, slightly more than it says on the Jar though :)
zetallgerman
22nd Feb, 2011
Is this for real? Seriously...
ajirvine
11th Feb, 2011
Thanks - that's really helpful - I've tried a few times to make toast but I've never been successful. This is giving me the confidence to have another go.. A
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