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This is not what anybody'd call haute cuisine but it's damn tasty and a great way to use up leftovers, probably not healthy but as far as things ...
Well you'll need:- Some crisps, I used half a big bag of Co-op truly irrestible sea salt and balsamic vinegar- Some sieved tomatoes, possibly substituted with any sauce ...
The bottom layer of this is crisps, just filled in to put as many in as possible, keep a few crisps for later though.
I used sieved tomatoes left over from making pizza, you could substitute with various things... I also added some hot sauce, since I like adding it to everything, ...
I just sliced cheese for it because the cheesegrater needed washed and I wasn't in the mood.
Crush some of the crisps up in the bag, you know the ones you kept aside? Sprinkle them on top of the cheese.
Eh enjoy as a snack or possibly as a starter, this could fit in to a meal similarly to nachos...
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