recipe Crispy new sensation!Green onion miso cheese toast with feathers

recipe Crispy new sensation!Green onion miso cheese toast with feathers

Crispy new sensation!Green onion miso cheese toast with feathers

10 minutes

One piece is delicious twice! We will introduce the recipe and how to make “Negi Miso Cheese Toast with Feathers” with a video. Bread coated with green onion miso was roasted fragrantly, and the other side was covered with cheese to make a delicious toast twice. With green onion miso and cheese, the saltiness becomes addictive and it is a perfect dish for snacks.

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(For 1 person)

  • Bread (cut into 4 pieces)
    1 sheet
  • Small green onion
  • sweet sake
    1/2 teaspoon
  • sugar
    1 teaspoon
  • Miso miso
    1/2 tablespoon
  • Melting cheese
    Appropriate amount
  • topping

    • Coarse ground black pepper
      Appropriate amount

How to make


Mix small green onions, mirin, sugar and miso in a bowl.

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Spread on one side of the bread.

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Put butter (appropriate amount) in a frying pan and melt it. When the side coated with ② is turned down, take it out.

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Wipe off excess oil from the frying pan with kitchen paper and add melted cheese. Place ③ and bake until the cheese is crispy and you’re done. Sprinkle with coarsely ground black pepper if you like.

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Tips and points

・ When baking the miso-coated surface, it is easy to burn, so please bake while watching the situation on low to medium heat. It is good to eat without baking, but if you bake it, it will be more fragrant and more delicious.
・ The point is to put the bread after the cheese has melted a little.
・ I used 4 slices this time, but please use your favorite bread.

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