THERE are many variations on this dish and plenty of controversy about both its name and its exact ingredients.
Some call it Welsh rarebit, some put beer and wine in theirs, but essentially the rarebit is a mixture of cheesy white sauce or grated cheese mixed with mustard and Worcestershire Sauce. Ingredients:
400g Lancashire cheese – roughly chopped
200g Stilton – roughly chopped 2fl oz milk 50g plain flour 50g breadcrumbs One egg Two egg yolks One tablespoon Dijon mustard
Two tablespoons 1. Place the Lancashire, Stilton and milk into a casserole pan and heat slowly until the cheese melts. 2. Add the flour and breadcrumbs and cook out for one minute until the cheese thickens and comes away from the edge of the pan. 3. Remove from the heat – cool slightly, then place in a food processor. Add the egg yolks, mustard and Worcestershire sauce and blend until smooth. 4. Take the slices of baguette, smear with the
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