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Cheese and Tomato Melts

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Cheese and Tomato Melts

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  • Veg
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    • Medium

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    Cheese and tomatoes are indispensable ingredients to many a popular dish. Be it meatballs and pasta in marinara sauce, cheesy nachos with salsa dip, or a hearty bread toast—cheese and tomatoes have a big part in making these dishes irresistible! While these dishes are elaborate and heavy, post-lunch cravings call for something light, umami, and quick. Cheese and tomato melts are perfect for spending happy, laid-back summer afternoons with friends and family over a game of Monopoly or Scotland Yard!

    Health Benefits:

    The main ingredients of this recipe—cheese and tomatoes—are rich in protein and vitamins respectively. And, of course, you will also benefit from some essential minerals from tomatoes.

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    How to make cheese and tomato melts

    This cheese tomato recipe comes to around 7 servings and takes less than 30 minutes to prepare.

    • Pre-heat oven to 400°F.
    • In a bowl, mix flour, seasoning, butter, cheese, and diced spring onions to form a dough.
    • Add tomato juice as required to knead the dough. Coat with oil/butter to lock moisture.
    • Dust flour on a flat surface and roll the dough. The thickness of the dough must be around 1 cm. Cut out dough into circles of 5 cm in diameter.
    • Spread baking paper on a baking tray. Place the circular pieces of dough and bake for around 25 minutes, or until firm.
    • Let the biscuits cool before you serve them.

    Vaya Tyffyn lunch boxes are air tight and help keep snacks crisp and fresh! Wrap homemade cheese and tomato biscuits in a paper bag and place them in a Vaya Tyffyn lunch box to delight your colleagues during a coffee break at work!

    Trivia

    • Like wine, parmesan cheese gets better with age!
    • There are over 2000 varieties of cheese!
    • While we commonly use the phrase “say cheese” to make people smile in front of a camera, South Americans go “say whiskey”!
    • 5 liters of milk produces around 500 gm of cheese!

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