Whose main ingredients are beer & cheese... when it looks like a sort of fondue you can spread on crostinis and after an extra touch into the oven... it looks yummi :)
Another way is using creme fraiche and mixing with the cheese, again a touch in the oven ’til change the colour and then sprinkle with some touches of Worchestershire sauce... :))))
It’s an off the cuff explanation, but if you want the whole recipe let me know ;)
My doubt is about the use of a yolk. It appears in some recipes, but not in some others.
Wow, you are so ";fino";, José! When my parents and grandparents used to make it it was just cheese on toast melted under the grill :-)
Traditional welsh rarebit ( sometimes rabbit ) is simply a slice of toasted bread with a slice of good cheese melted on top under the grill. It sometimes has a little bit of chopped onion or tomato and is always finished with a splash of Worcester sauce and ground white pepper to your taste.It is a snack and would make a good almuerzo.
Ah, that’s what I thought... seemed very ulikely that a utilitarian Brit would go to the bother of mixing beer or egg with the cheese!
Ah yes, but we do mix egg with beer and flour for batter when making fish and chips!
Yeah, but that’s a specialist job, innit? Not many people make fish and chips at home, do they?