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Loved it! Totally beats the traditional garlic bread.

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sofie-a-toast June 27, 2013

Nice new twist on garlic bread. Tomatoes have just gone out of season here so will have to wait till next summer before we can try this again. Thanks for the post

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Debbwl November 03, 2010

I really liked this one. I used whole wheat bread and it tasted so good with the garlic! I decorated with basil. This is great to please a crowd and can be made to use for finger food with other types of breads, veggies and sauces. Made for Ramadan Tag game 2009.

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Iceland August 22, 2009

What an excellent recipe! I really enjoyed the blend of flavours- so much healthier than garlic bread but just as tasty! I also brushed on the olive oil to spare the calories. Thanks for a definite keeper of a recipe!

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Shuzbud August 13, 2009

This is fabulous! I was out of regular olive oil but I had a bottle of garlic basil dipping oil and used that. The bread is absolutely delicious and I will make this many more times. A nice way to use one of my millions of garden tomatoes.

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~Robyn~ August 01, 2009

Just plain Tasty. Since it is just two of us I used a large ciabatta bun and split it in half then follwed the directions. We loved it. I have been doing my garlic bread like this for quite awhile and loved the additon of the tomato. Made for Everyday is a Holiday Tag

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wicked cook 46 July 30, 2009

This was very good and easy to do. Thanks WiGal :) Made for the Saucy Senoritas of ZWT5

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Boomette May 19, 2009

Bread and tomatoes are a wonderful combination. Combine it with garlic, and it's sublime! I almost burnt mine, and the fire alarm went off, but I scraped off the burned part and was it really terrific. Instead of a baguette, I used two Portugese rolls. I also used a brush to add a little oil (less than the recipe suggested). BF wanted more but I had to tell him there wasn't any more:( Will make this again, thanks Kathy!

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Kumquat the Cat's friend May 19, 2009

I thought this bread was really good. It was just like the bread I had when I stayed in the tiny country of Andorra, which borders Spain. It's surprising how much garlic flavor comes through just by rubbing the clove over the bread. Very nice! Thank you for sharing.

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Babzy May 18, 2009
Catalan Tomato Bread