2 Reviews

This is such an easy make and always gets rave reviews. It is really good with appetizers such as Smoked Salmon Timbales ( No Cook). I have uploaded a sequence of pics showing the steps - you can see how easy it is! Use a good quality bread, sliced by the bakery (thin, if they can do that, or medium is okay, but not thick). I usually do the final toasting in the oven, so they are completely dry; that way the toast will keep for several days in an airtight container.

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SarahEmmm December 14, 2011

My husband made this years ago, he had gotten the instructions off a radio show. Works great! Thanks for posting. Rachel Castle

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Rachel Castle December 31, 2005
Melba Toast