Found this little recipe in a student cookbook. The description says it’s popular in America, but a quick Google search didn’t show much evidence of this. I haven’t added any quantities to this post as you can change it for however many you want.
Bread (a roll, ideally)
Cheese (for melting, I prefer extra mature for this)
Worcester sauce (your choice, but if you make anything involving melted cheese without worcester sauce, I won’t talk to you anymore)
Cook the fish fingers as it says on the packet, but just before they’re done, take them out and place on the bread. Grill (even if you’ve been just using the oven until now) the fingers on the bread for a couple of minutes, then remove. Grate cheese on top of the fingers, then grill breifly until the cheese begins to melt. When this happens, drizzle Worcester sauce over the cheese. Grill for a couple of minutes more, until the cheese browns.
Serve on it’s own as a snack, or with chips/peas etc., as a meal. Also, try adding tartare, but remember if the cheese is too strong this might be redundant.Tags: cheese, Cooking, fish