Chili Cheese Toast

"This recipe comes from the book Indian Food Made Easy that I received from my partner in the Cookbook exchange of spring looks so easy and good and quick...also you can vary the cheese"
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Ready In:
2 slices




  • Preheat oven to 400°F Mix together all the ingredients except the bread. Pile the mixture evenly on top of the bread, and bake in the oven for a couple of minutes until crisp and browning on the sides. Serve hot.

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  1. loof751
    Nice quick and easy sandwich, great with a cup of soup! I used the onions on DH's but left them off of mine. I liked the flavor of the chilis in this as well. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for the Best of 2010 Event (recommended by Jociecee)
  2. flower7
    This was a nice quick lunch. I used pickled jalapeno for the chiles and parsley instead of cilantro. Would be good with other cheeses. Thanks for sharing!
  3. Starrynews
    Easy and delicious! The flavors came together nicely. I used wheat bread. Thanks for sharing! ~PAC Spring '10~
  4. kitty.rock
    This was great and so easy to make. I used english muffins because I had no bread in the house :( Turned out great anyway! Made to go with our recipe#398528 Thanks for posting ~ made for Spring PAC 2010!
  5. Jociecee
    I made this recipe for a quick lunch today, and it was quick and delicious! I used multigrain bread and will try it next time on crusty French or Italian bread! Just enough sweetness from the onion and tomato, and enough spice from the chiles, to make this a wonderful, sophisticated, open faced grill cheese sandwich for adults! I made this for Spring PAC 2010. Thanks Oliver’s Twist!


  1. flower7
    This was a nice quick lunch. I used pickled jalapeno for the chiles and parsley instead of cilantro. Would be good with other cheeses. Thanks for sharing!


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