Open-face Sandwich Blue Cheese with Apple and Bacon
Different kinds of cheese are served, as open-face sandwiches, instead of a dessert at a Danish luncheon.. There is a large variety of Danish cheese to be found in many parts of the world, such as Havarti, camembert, brie, and 3-4 varieties of blue chees making it easy to make Danish open-face sandwiches with real Danish cheese. Pork and apple are often served together in Denmark. In this recipe, crispy bacon and tart apple are complemented by sharp blue cheese as a variation of the traditional combination.
Danish Blue Cheese with Apple and Bacon Makes 2
2 slices of bacon, fried, 2 slices of buttered rye bread, 3-4 oz. Danish Blue Cheese, 1 green apple, halved, cored, thinly sliced, a few drops of lemon
Garnish: fresh chives
To assemble, place a slice of cheese 1/4 inch thick on piece of buttered rye bread. Rub apples slices with lemon. Arrange apples slices over cheese. Arrange bacon over apples. Garnish with chopped chives. at