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Mousetraps (Cheese on toast)

April 1, 2009 | Filed under In-betweens

These tasty hot snacks are great for a crowd, especially teenage boys. I once spent an evening making 3 loaves of bread and a kilogram or more of cheese into mousetraps after a high school cricket match when the teams turned up at our house after the game and the official social function.

Mousetraps also make good lunch box fillers.

And there’s a cafe in Cuba Street in Wellington that has a plate of them on the counter very day!

Ingredients

Sliced bread
Butter or margarine
Marmite
Bacon
Tomatoes
Lots of grated cheese

Method

1. Lightly toast the sliced bread
2. Thinly spread each slice of bread with butter or margarine
3. Then spread with fillings such as marmite, sliced tomatoes, bacon slices
4. Load up with grated cheese on top
5. Put onto an oven tray and into a hot oven at 180°C until the cheese is bubbly and browned
6. Cut into triangles and serve hot.

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