Toasted Cheese on Flax Bread

Mmmmm, toasted cheesy goodness

Cheese and Onion Sandwich
Makes 2 open face sandwiches

4 ounces cheese such as Cheddar, Double Gloucester or Cotswold (I used smoked and raw goat milk cheddar)
2 tablespoons finely chopped sweet white onions
2 tablespoons finely sliced scallions
2 tablespoons mayonnaise
Salt and pepper
2 slices flax flat bread, toasted or untoasted

Raw goat milk is easier to digest

Grate the cheese. Combine in a bowl with the onions and mayonnaise. Add salt and pepper to taste.

Mix it up!

Spread the cheese and onion on a piece of flax flat bread.  You can eat it now but I like to put mine under the broiler or the toaster oven until the cheese bubbles and browns just a bit.  Throw some fresh chopped parsley on top if you’ve got some and enjoy all that cheesey flaxy deliciousness!

Ever think youd be eating toasted cheese sandwiches on the Candida diet? Me either!

The cheese and onion spread came from The Kitchn, here’s the link to the original recipe: http://www.thekitchn.com/thekitchn/vegetarian/simple-pleasures-cheese-and-onion-sandwich-recipe-111162

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

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  2. susan
    Jun 30, 2011 @ 23:21:27

    That is home made mayonaise without sugar, vinegar, modified corn starch, correct? Have the recipe for that? A link to one that you use would be fabulous. And, I think the only cheese you can have is the raw goat milk, too. I would LOVE to eat this if I had a good mayo recipe.

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    • Amy Huebner Health Coach
      Jul 01, 2011 @ 13:54:14

      Hi, no I don’t make my own mayo, I have done it but I usually use the best store bought I can find. It does have vinegar in it. What your body can tolerate is up to the individual. I can eat raw cow, goat and sheep cheese but not fresh cow cheese or other fresh dairy products. I have some clients that can eat cow yogurt and others that have to completely avoid dairy. Here is a recipe form Alton Brown, you can use apple cider vinegar, very beneficial, in place of the plain white vinegar, and omit the sugar: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/mayonnaise-recipe/index.html Let us know how it comes out!

      Reply

  3. managed it services
    Sep 19, 2013 @ 16:25:08

    I love it when folks come together and share thoughts.
    Great website, continue the good work!

    Reply

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