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Rarebit Sauce

Rarebit sauce is traditionally served on a thick slice of toast.

Rarebit sauce. Heres how to make chef chris locke of marbens welsh rarebit sauce recipe. The original cheese toast. Spread the rarebit on the toast and put it under the salamander or broiler until the sauce is hot and bubbly. Return to the grill for 20 30 seconds longer until lightly browned and.

Spread the cheese sauce thickly over the bread making sure the slices are completely covered so the edges dont burn. Stale beer or ale melt butter in top of. A classic welsh recipe that is essentially fancy cheese on toast. If not then you need to try it.

Sweet white wine can be used. Classic welsh rarebit sauce 14 c. The original 18th century name of the dish was the jocular welsh rabbit which was later reinterpreted as rarebit as the dish contains no rabbit. Sign up for our newsletters subscribe by checking this box you confirm that you have read and are agreeing to our terms.

Dry mustard dash of cayenne 2 tsp. Ive never had welsh rarebit before so i dont know how its supposed to taste but this was very good. This mixture can be made and kept in the refrigerator for several days if required. Cook whisking constantly for 2 to 3 minutes being.

Welsh rabbit or welsh rarebit r b t or r ae b t is a dish consisting of a hot cheese based sauce served over slices of toasted bread. Ever had a welsh rarebit. Paprika 4 whole eggs slightly beaten 1 c. I didnt have any beer so i used all milk as the description suggests.

Get welsh rarebit recipe from food network in a medium saucepan over low heat melt the butter and whisk in the flour. Welsh rarebit perhaps the most famous welsh dish of them all and one which along with irish stew and scottish haggis travelled the world over. A perfect lunch time treat or afternoon snack. Welsh rarebit is a robust cheese sauce made with a nutty roux beer sharp cheddar mustard worcestershire and a pinch of cayennethis cheesy goodness is drizzled over toasted bread and is traditional pub fare dating back to the 1700s.

Worcestershire sauce 8 c.