Chilli Cheesy Roll


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Cheese with a dash of chilli flakes can do wonders to french bread, transforming it into a delicious starter that appeals to all. Adding a little milk when melting the cheese for the topping ensures that the cheese melts uniformly and gets a creamy consistency rather than becoming rubbery. Top the bread slices generously with the cheesy topping, and bake the arrangement to perfection, for an enjoyable snack.

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  1. Soak the chillies in water. After 1/2 hour, take out the seeds and chop the chillies.
  2. Mix the cheese, milk and 1 tablespoon of water and cook on a slow flame until the cheese melts. Add the chopped chillies to the mixture.
  3. Cut the french bread diagonally, apply a little butter and spread the cheese mixture on top. Bake in a hot oven at 200 degree c (400 degree f) for 5 minutes.
  4. Serve hot.
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 on 12 Jul 11 04:21 PM


This chilli cheesy roll is an all time favourite for all age groups...This is cheesy and also has a tinge of spiceness... Adding little milk gives it a smooth consistency...For best results bake this just before serving...