I have never done Welsh Rarebit this way before but it is really and quick and still rather tasty. It is pretty warm today so I did it as a quick lunch in microwave/broiler and it came out great, though needed about 5 minutes to broil as it is not as fast, but certainly better than turning on the oven today. I did it with the eggs because I quite like Welsh Rarebit with poached eggs on it. Thanks! Made for ZWT 8.
My mom used to make the kind of Welsh Rarebit with the cheese sauce when I was a kid, and it was good, but yummm, this is so much better than I remember! This was easy, fast and practically no clean up. It was perfect for tired, hungry me for a light supper, along with a salad. Thanks for posting this one! Made for ZWT 8
I used Vermont Sharp Cheddar and it turned out great! I served it with bagel chips, saltines and toast points, and the kids just loved dipping them in the sauce as they ate!
Oh I do love a good classic no frills rarebit, and this was one! I made it as posted, not a problem as it is almost exactly as I make mine, and a very authentic recipe Dreamer! I used mature farmhouse Cheddar cheese and granary bread, it made for a comforting lunch, served with salad. Made for Family Picks and ZWT6 for the Cheese and Whine Gang! DEEELISH darlink! Merci encore! FT:-)
Mmmm, I really enjoyed this. The bread was nice and crispy around the edges and the cheese spread tasted great. Next time I'll poach an egg to make a complete breakfast! Thanks! Made by a Looney Spoon Phoodie for ZWT#6.
This was yummy. I have never made one of these before so it was a nice treat. Thanks Dreamer. Made by an Unruly Under the Influence for ZWT6.
This was a recipe I had always wondered about, but never got around to trying. I love cheese toast, and the Worcestershire and mustard just made it better! I didn't use the eggs this time, but look forward to trying it that way next time. I wasn't sure how much a "knob" of butter should be, but used about 1 1/2 tablespoons. Made for ZWT6.