Welsh rarebit recipe / cooking with BEER!

April 07, 2017

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Welsh rarebit recipe / cooking with BEER!

Due to popular demand we're sharing the beer-infused Welsh rarebit recipe that our chef Rickie has created. If you'd rather avoid doing the dishes, you can order and enjoy this treat in our Newport bar.

If you fancy grabbing a bottle of Fubar (or other Tiny Rebel ale) and cooking it yourself, then here's how:

Ingredients:

(This is enough to feed a hungry group of 20 cheese & ale lovers... if you want to make it for 5 people just divide each ingredient by 4.)

700g grated cheddar cheese

150ml of Tiny Rebel 'Fubar' pale ale (or you can use a dark ale)

30g plain flour

50g breadcrumbs

1 tablespoon english mustard

4 egg yolks

20 slices of sourdough bread, sliced

Method:

Put the cheese and ale into a saucepan on a low heat and stir until the cheese has melted

Stir in your flour, breadcrumbs and mustard

Remove from heat

Beat in eggs until smooth

Refrigerate

When cool, spread onto sliced sourdough, and gently grill until bubbling and glazed.

 

 

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