Cheese on Toast
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Cheese on Toast

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Serves 1

A wonderful recipe for the Keenest of cooks

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  • 1 slice of bread - brown or white - i prefer white
  • 1 slice of bland cheese - i go for Tesco value extra mild - really cheap!
  • a bit of butter


    1. put the bread in the toaster
    2. slice some bland cheese
    3. when bread has turned into toast (check for a hard toasted surface to the bread) thickly spread some of the butter on it
    4. whack the cheese on top and throw it under the grill for a while
    5. withdraw from under the grill when the cheese has started to melt and bubble a little and eat whilst watching the football on TV with a can of Stella

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28th Mar, 2009
your havin a laugh m8! haha! put mexicana cheese on yer toast instead its awesome! :D
9th Mar, 2009
I Just found a similarly easy recipe for peanut butter on toast. Oh the fun I had with the sarcasm on that...
8th Dec, 2008
I think somebody has too much time on their hands...
11th Nov, 2008
lmao well done m8 lmao
10th Nov, 2008
absalutley brilliant recipe it always looks the best when presented on cream carpet
10th Nov, 2008
Simply genius!
5th Nov, 2008
Too hard for me, you must be a very clever man to pull this off!
2nd Nov, 2008
Oh wow!!!! I love this recipe!
2nd Nov, 2008
You make the loveliest cheese on toast! So beautifully thrown together :-)


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