This is an easy recipe to make a Cheese and Onion Tart like they do in England. Enjoy!
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This recipe looks great to serve at an international pot luck or anytime you want to introduce foods from different lands to your family or classroom at school. Have fun and Happy Cooking!
Make enough pastry for top and bottom crust of an 8-inch pie plate. Line dish with one of the crusts. With “extra” dough, cut out some “leaves” for decorating top crust.
Chop 2 large onions and cook them in boiling salted water for 5 minutes. Drain. Spread onions over the pastry.
Grate 4 oz. of cheese (like Gruyere or whatever you like). Sprinkle cheese over onions in pie crust.
Sprinkle over cheese 2 T. milk and season with salt and pepper to taste.
Cover with the other round of pastry and seal the edges well. Decorate with pastry “leaves” and brush with beaten eggs or milk for a “glazed” look. Bake at 400 degrees for about 30 minutes.
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