Cheese & Bacon Toastie

Nutty Swiss Cheese warmly embraces big, bold flavours ~ this ain’t your average Sanga!


It’s oozing with melted gooey FABULICIOUZNESS! I guarantee you’ll be left craving for more of this decadent brunch favourite.

Start by cracking an egg into a mixing bowl then grating in some Swiss Cheese, fresh off the block. Next, add in a teaspoon of Mild American Mustard, just a splash of good old Worcestershire Sauce, a pinch of cayenne pepper along with a generous amount of black pepper & then……..Fried Bacon! With that bacon, I just diced up a couple of wood-smoked bacon rashers, heated a small frypan & whacked them in to cook. But, whatever you do, DO NOT clean that pan! We’re going to use that luscious seasoning of the bacon fat later 😉

Lay out some bread slices on your board (I use Gluten Free bread but whatever type floats your boat) and place a slice of Swiss Cheese on each one. Yep, that’s right, we’re using TWO different ways with that cheese – Delish!

Scoop some of the filling mix on top of the cheese slice & then put yet another slice of Swiss Cheese on top before crowning it off with another bit of bread. Let’s just take a moment to think about that, fried bacon & grated cheese encapsulated between slices of cheese………..mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.

Back to that bacon seasoned frypan! Melt a knob of butter into the pan & let the luscious bacon fat & the creamy butter get to know each other. Then it’s simply a case of toasting your sandwich on each side until it’s golden brown. I find that whacking a lid onto the pan helps with the melt factor of the cheese.

It’s Chompin Time!


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