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Mature cheddar & Pink Onion and Chilli Chutney Toastie.

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Prep: 3 minutes Cook: 5 minutes

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Serves 1

Its simple delights really. Pink onion & chilli relish is such a good base for any sandwich, It has the kick you need to cut through the cheese as well as the jam-like sweetness to mellow it out.You can't go wrong with some mature cheddar cheese and onion and chilli chutney.

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  • A knob of spreadable butter
  • 2 slices of bread
  • 3-4tbs of Rubies Pink onion & chilli chutney
  • 100g of Mature cheddar cheese


  1. Start by buttering one side of each slice of bread.

  2. Then spread the pink onion and chilli chutney on the un-buttered side of each slice of bread. Make sure it is will covered.

  3. Grate the cheese and place it on top of the county. Fold the sandwich together ensuring that the buttered side of the bread is facing outwards.

  4. Finally, put the sandwich in either a frying or grilled pan, which ever you prefer. Cook for 3-4 minuet each side. Make sure that the bread is nice and crisp and of a golden colour and that the cheese is suitably melted. Eat whilst hot.

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