Welsh, also known as welsh rabbit or welsh rarebit, is a dish of Welsh origin, made from melted cheddar cheese. In France, welsh is typically served in the breweries of the Nord and Pas-de-Calais, where it is now firmly anchored in the regional culture.
- 6 people
- Préparation: 10 min
- Cooking: 12 min
- 6 thick slices of sandwich bread
- 6 slices of ham
- 6 eggs (optional)
- 600g of cheddar cheese
- 20cl of blond beer
- 2 tbs of mustard
- Black pepper
Preheat the broiler. Toast slices of bread. Arrange each slice in a small individual dish and cover with a slice of ham.
Cut the cheddar into small cubes and melt over low heat in a saucepan with the beer. Add the mustard off the heat and season with pepper. Divide into each dish and let brown for 5 minutes under the grill.
You can add an egg on top of your welsh. Serve with fries and a seasonal salad.
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