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    Sizzler finally reveals its closely guarded secret recipe for the famous cheese toast

    Sizzler finally reveals its closely guarded secret recipe for its famous cheese toast as a farewell gift to Australia

    • Sizzler has revealed its closely guarded secret recipe for its famous cheese toast 
    • Toasts have been the star attraction around Australia for more than 35 years 
    • The restaurant has finally shared its recipe to make the Aussie classic at home
    • You’ll need thick sliced white bread, pecorino cheese and margarine

    Sizzler has finally revealed its closely guarded secret recipe for its famous cheese toast after the chain announced it’s shutting all of its restaurants in Australia.

    The cheese toasts have been the star attraction around the country for more than 35 years – but diners will now be able to recreate the iconic snack at home.

    Despite dozens of DIY recipes circulating around social media in recent years, the restaurant has shared its recipe to make the Aussie classic.

    To make the toast, all you’ll need are three ingredients – thick sliced white bread, pecorino cheese and margarine.

    Sizzler has finally revealed its closely guarded secret recipe for its famous cheese toast after the chain announced it’s shutting all of its restaurants in Australia 

    Sizzler’s iconic cheese toast recipe 

    INGREDIENTS

    Thick sliced white bread

    Pecorino cheese 

    Margarine

    METHOD

    Combine ‘equal amounts’ of margarine with cheese in a bowl to create a thick paste.

    Spread a generous amount of the spread on one side of the bread. 

    Over a low-medium heat, place the bread butter side down on a flat grill and toast for about 60 seconds, or until golden brown and cheese is melted. 

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    The first thing to do is combine ‘equal amounts’ of margarine with cheese in a bowl to create a thick paste.

    Next, spread a generous amount of the spread on one side of the bread. 

    Over a low-medium heat, place the bread butter side down on a flat grill and toast for about 60 seconds, or until golden brown and cheese is melted.

    The iconic cheese toasts are typically served free with every meal at Sizzler restaurants.

    ‘The basic recipe for Sizzler Cheese Toast has not changed since it originated in the USA more than 40 years ago,’ the chain wrote on its website. 

    ‘Cheese toast is a delicious blend of textures and flavours, with soft chewy bread on one side complimented by crisp toast on the other and, the subtle yeasted bread flavours contrasting with the sharp flavour of pecorino cheese.

    ‘It’s the best thing since sliced bread.’

    The chain announced all remaining restaurants in Australia will permanently shut its doors in November. As recently as 2015, Australia was home to 26 Sizzlers

    The chain announced all remaining restaurants in Australia will permanently shut its doors in November. As recently as 2015, Australia was home to 26 Sizzlers

    The cheese toast comes just weeks after the chain announced all remaining restaurants in Australia will permanently shut its doors in November.

    ‘It is with heavy hearts that we share the news that after 35 years it is time to say goodbye. The difficult decision has been made to close all remaining Sizzler Australia restaurants this November,’ the chain wrote on its website.

    ‘We are so very grateful to our dedicated staff and we want to thank each and every one of our customers for supporting us and creating and sharing memories at Sizzler over the past 35 years.

    ‘Our restaurants will remain open until the last day of trade on November 15 2020, so there is still time to enjoy all your grill and salad bar favourites.

    ‘We hope to see you all for one last slice of Cheese Toast.’

    As recently as 2015, Australia was home to 26 Sizzlers.

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