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Best way (IMHO) is to make Cheesymite Scrolls - I love 'em.
Make a batch of bread dough (or open a can of 'biscuit' dough for those in the USA - I think this would work. Aw heck - stick with the Bread Dough instead.) and roll it out 1" thick.
Spread Vegemite thinly (think like you're using wasabi) on the dough, then sprinkle with a thin layer of grated matured cheddar or other preferred cheese.
Roll up like a swiss roll, then cut into slices about 2" thick.
Place these on a tray lined with non-stick baking paper, and bake about 25 min in a quick oven. (when tapped will sound hollow when done)
...if you DO try it with Biscuit dough, let me know how it comes out.
hey cool! I will try tomorrow when i go to the store. I am anxious to try it. Tassie was so awsome in sending me some when she came to the states. she also gave me soem pink candy that tasted like perfum. it was not tasty :lol: but tassie is a sweetie!