Melba Toast

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  1. stephie0611

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    Hey All

    just wondering if you can use melba toast as a HEB, as noticed they are only 1/2 syn each? xx
     
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    Unfortunately not - I assume it's because there's not enough fibre in them.

    Half a syn each is good though!
     
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    was worth asking lol, yeah quite pleased about them being 1/2 syn, xx
     
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    No, not a HE, but I was pondering over what Melba Toast would be like, made from our slices of HE breads? I've never had 'brown' Melba Toast. Could be very nice with pate.
     
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    how would you make that?

    i was quite happy with the 1/2 syn for a bit. xx
     
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    How to make Melba toast:

    Toast bread under a pre-heated grill until golden brown on both sides. Remove and trim the crusts off each slice. Using a bread knife cut each slice horizontally in two, so you have two very fine square slices. Grill the 'uncooked' side of each piece of toast until golden brown.

    Done!
     
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    it sounds a good idea, but dont thin i'd like it, cause i dont like my toast well done, i only like it so its warm lol. xx

    Thanks anyway though chick. xx
     
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    Thanks paperclip, you got there first!
    I do mine in the toaster to start with, whilst the grill is heating up. Cuts a few mins off of the time.
    I don't like melba toast out of a packet, but it's scrummy made properly ♥
     
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    i love the melba toast out the packet, but i really hate well done toast. xx
     
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