Cheesy Fritz Brekkie

    12 minutes

    I make this nearly everymorning, it's that good. Another idea is to grill in the oven, instead of having it fan-forced. The fritz goes crunchy, the cheese melts and it's delicious with sauce! Coon cheese works best. If you aren't able to continue monitoring the bread while it's in the oven, yoghurt would be a better idea because the cheese will burn if left unattended.


    Antarctica, Antarctica
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    Serves: 2 

    • 2 slices of bread
    • 6 slices of Fritz
    • 3 slices of cheese
    • A squirt of tomato sauce (to taste)

    Preparation:2min  ›  Cook:10min  ›  Ready in:12min 

    1. Preheat the oven to 200C.
    2. Place bread slices on a tray in the oven for about 2 mins, or until toasted (this can be simplified by using in a toaster)
    3. While bread is in the oven/toaster, cut 1 slice of cheese in half.
    4. Flip bread over and place 1½ slices of cheese on each toasted bread.
    5. Cook for a further 2 mins or until cheese is bubbling.
    6. Place 3 fritz pieces on each slice of bread and continue to cook until the fritz is has toasted and slightly browned (about 5 mins)
    7. Serve immediately with sauce.
    8. YUM

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    By the way, fritz may also be called Devon.  -  04 Jan 2010