But I still love cheese. However on those days when we can't have an overload of it, I've started substituting it sometimes with the Pareve alternative called "Daiya" which is pretty good actually and melts okay. I just can't have a whole chunk of it, it needs to be mixed with other stuff. So for those of you who may be vegan or on non-dairy diets, feel free to play around with this idea and substitute. This also works for non-gluten ppl because you can use corn or rice flour tortillas instead of flour tortillas (which is what I prefer anyway).
Makes one per adult and you can make the same in a smaller version if you use corn tortillas for kids. I don't really measure ingredients so what I write below may be a bit too much but you'll see when you make it.
Two rice tortillas
1/4-1/2 c. shredded cheese
1/2 sliced avocado
1/4 tsp. mexican seasoning (most likely you'll find this in Whole Foods or a "natural" store)
1/4 c. black or navy beans
slices of 1 tomato - thin
Put a small amount of cheese on top of first tortilla and then pile with beans, avocado, tomato, lime juice and seasoning and then put the rest of the cheese over that and then the tortilla on top of that. Bake at 350 in your milchig oven (or regular one, if you are using pareve cheese).. I usually flip it over after 5 or so minutes.
Enjoy with some salsa on top!