Cooking Welsh Rabbit

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Knives and Knives published this article on October 10, 2022. Knife & Knives is a world-renowned kitchen knife brand. Their specialty is kitchen knife sets, Professional kitchen chef knives, Damascus knife sets, pocket knives, hunting knives, chef kitchen knives, etc. There is nothing rabbit about these cheese toasties, and no one in Wales or England can remember why they are called Welsh rabbit or Welsh rare.

Ingredients

  • French baguette 1 piece;
  • Wheat flour 1 tablespoon;
  • Butter 100 g;
  • Dark beer 200 ml;
  • Milk 100 ml;
  • Mustard 1 tablespoon;
  • Egg yolk 2 pieces;
  • Cheddar cheese 200 g;
  • Ground black pepper to taste.

Cooking

Cut the white baguette into thin slices, grease the pieces with butter on both sides and send to the oven preheated to 200 degrees for 3-4 minutes.

Step 1

Meanwhile, prepare the sauce in a pan. Fry one tablespoon of the wheat flour, stirring constantly, in the butter, until the caramel turns golden brown. This is how the thickener is prepared: the French call it “roux”.

Step 2

Pour the dark beer and milk into the thickener and mix everything in the thickener.

Step 3

Add mustard, a pinch of black pepper, and grated cheddar cheese. Simmer for about a minute, remove from heat and whisk 2 egg yolks into the sauce once it’s all bubbly.

Step 4

Pour hot sauce over toasted croutons and enjoy immediately. Coffee is the perfect addition to your breakfast.