I recently saw some melty cheese, so bought it on a whim. And then wasn't sure what to do with it. I put it on pizza and it was really nice. As I usually have toast for breakfast at weekends I thought I'd try putting some cheese on it.
The reason I've never had cheese on toast before is that I don't like cheese. In some respects becoming lactose intolerant has opened up a whole new food group to me, because soya cheese doesn't taste like cheese. It also doesn't melt - you have to have special melty cheese for that.
I'm not sure how you'd cook cheese on toast if it was real cheese, but the packet of the melty cheese says it takes longer to melt than normal cheese. Since I don't know how long normal cheese takes to melt, that doesn't really tell me much.
So I toasted my toast as usual, then when it had just turned into toast I put the cheese on and microwaved it. It turned out that 30 seconds was plenty and it had all melted.
And it wasn't great. The cheese is sticky to begin with, but melting it made it worse. After putting the knife into it, the knife pretty much stayed where it was put and required effort to move it. I only put enough cheese on to cover the toast, but once it had melted it felt like more cheese than toast. And it tasted like I was just eating melty cheese. Despite being nice on pizza, doesn't really work on toast.
So I won't be doing that again.
I'll give it a 5/10 because it wasn't disgusting, it was just not great, and the cheese melting was a novelty.