In your opinion, what would you say are the ideal ingredients for a perfect toastie?
Perhaps a tuna melt is your fave, or maybe a simple ham and cheese toasted sandwich floats your boat?
On today’s This Morning, chef Phil Vickery decided to offer some alternative recipes he had up his sleeve… and a couple unfortunately didn’t go down too well with viewers of the ITV talk show.
One of the most unusual of Phil’s offerings that Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield tried was a lobster and mac and cheese toastie, which he explained can be made by slicing a pre-cooked and cooled mac and cheese and adding it to any shellfish that takes your fancy.
While it may taste a lot more delicious than it sounds, one Twitter user expressed their absolute opposition to the combination of ingredients, stating: ‘Eeeew why ruin mac cheese with lobster?’
Another wrote: ‘The only thing that goes in a toastie is cheese and tomato or cheese and onion. There’s absolutely no need for anything else, Who eats bread and lobster?’
Someone else admitted that they dislike the idea of mac and cheese in a toastie, whether with lobster or not, remarking: ‘Macaroni cheese in a toastie. You revolt me.’
But that wasn’t the only toastie recipe that caused a stir on today’s programme.
Also up for debate was a pea toastie, which one person said ‘looks as bad as I expected it to’.
‘A pea toastie? Not on your nelly,’ another added.
For all we know, these toasties may taste far better than they initially appear.
As the saying goes – don’t knock it till you’ve tried it!
Earlier on today’s show, Holly and Phillip interviewed a 12-year-old boy who suffered a brain injury at the age of two and is now fundraising to help save a charity that offers him the opportunity to enjoy outdoor activities with his family.
After his brain injury, Oliver Voysey experienced sight loss and developed cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism and learning difficulties.
He and his family is on a mission to raise money for the Calvert Trust in the Lake District, which lost £1m in income last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV.
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