It's my mother's recipe... Like on site such a there is no... After a long holidays from salads and others like them already ill, I want something simpler. I love them very much: canapes can be served on the holiday table-for a change! Of course, this dish is an Amateur, from the category of "cheap and angry." Perhaps even useful for the organism... I will be glad if someone like it and come in handy!!!
Here is an initial set of our ingredients. Before you start, do not forget to turn on the oven - it should be warmed up to 200*
Beet (crude!!!) wash, clean and cut into circles about 1 cm thick.
On a greased vegetable oil a baking sheet lay out the beet circles. While we were busy with beets-oven heated. Put a baking sheet for 15 minutes Until the beets are baked - we continue.
Onions cut thin rings. On 5 beets took me about 2 medium onions.
Cheese cut into slices-not very thin. It is important that the cheese melts well.
That expired 15 minutes - extractable baking sheet (the oven does not turn off!!!), with a fork turn the circles. With a fork or knife you need to chop a few circles - they should be half-finished. On the upside down slices spread rings of onion (if you like salty you can hardly prisolit, but I never do - I salinity of the cheese is enough).
Then spread the cheese on the onion. From experience I can say that the molten cheese is not a stack on a baking sheet and not burnt, it is better to break each slice of cheese into several parts and put a pyramid - so it will melt "cap" and our canapushki will eventually look aesthetically pleasing. On cheese to put greens fresh or dried-you decide! And again send a baking sheet in the oven for 10-15 minutes...
So after 10 minutes, try bow for readiness. Ready.