Welsh Rarebit is a Welsh delicacy. The recipe calls for butter, flour, mustard powder, cayenne, stout, Worcestershire sauce, and very sharp cheese. The Worcestershire sauce pulls off the favor. Another thing I didn’t know was that there’s absolutely no rabbit in the dish. But unlike any cheese snack you have ever tried, this one will by far become your favorite. It’s a cheese lover’s delight. The sharp cheese really pulls it off. The Irish and the Scots can’t match this dish.
- The proper name is rarebit, not rabbit – there is no meat involved.
- Version vary – the cheese sauce may be thinned with milk or stout, and some are browned in the broiler.
- The savory Welsh Rarebit served at Fergus Henderson’s St. John’s restaurant in London is not to be missed.
“Regardless of its provenance, Welsh rarebit is a dish that any country should be happy to claim.”
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