Category : Entree / Canapes / Hor D'oerves
I make muffin sizes and serve them to my grandson as a main meal. He loves them and he is a fussy eater!
Place oven to 200 degrees C,
Butter each slice of bread lightly on each side
Remove the crusts
Place into trays, (can use mini muffin trays, normal muffin trays or patty tins)
Put in oven and bake for approximately 10 minutes or so until crispy or the colour you prefer.
Make a basic roux, add butter to saucepan until melted, add flour and stir quickly with a wooden spoon until grainy, turn down heat and slowly stir in the milk a little at a time, ensuring that the paste becomes smooth each time until you are left with a nice smooth thick mixture. Alternatively you can take the pan off the heat while you are adding the milk, returning it to the heat when needed to bring the mixture to the consistency required. (Needs to be fairly thick to place in the toasted bread cases.)
Add the chopped ham, mustard's, cheese, salt and pepper to taste, stir until cheese has melted and you are happy with the taste. Add more mustard if you prefer.
Place the mixture into the toasted bread cases, you may sprinkle the top with fresh or dried chives also. Serve.
Nutritional analysis per serving (6 servings)
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You can double the recipe if required.
This a very easy recipe to make and the mustards really add flavour, you may need to tweak the recipe to your taste.
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