This is one of those things you make when you need a snack, you don't feel like a big dinner, you need to clean out the fridge, you have bread leftover from a party....
This is delicious. Last night I didn't feel like cooking, so I told the kids we'd get a pizza, but last minute after seeing a loaf of bread in the kitchen, I said no to the pizza and went with this instead. My kids loved it, far cheaper than a pizza and it tastes really good.
I have made it with a french stick as well, works fine. Use any ham you love, you could probably use a salami to.
This is simple, this is cheap, this is tasty, this is, something you need to try.
345g Vienna loaf
120g butter, softened
2-3 cloves garlic, finely chopped
100g grated pizza cheese
100g harvarti cheese slices
100g sliced ham
Preheat oven to 180C/160C fan forced.
Slice the loaf diagonally into 9 slices, ensuring you don't cut al the way through.
Combine the butter, garlic and half of the grated cheese in a bowl, season with salt and pepper and mix well, to combine.
Spread both sides of each bread slice with the butter mixture.
Place a large sheet of aluminium foil on your work bench. Top with a large sheet of baking paper. Place the loaf on the baking paper.
Cut the havarti cheese slices in half diagonally to make triangles. Place a ham slice and cheese triangle into each slice.
Sprinkle with the remaining cheese on top.
Scatter with spring onions and serve hot.
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