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This was excellent!!!! My new favorite sandwich. I can't wait to share this with my DD in college I know she'll love it too! I cut this done to make 1 sandwich. I grated the onion, minced the garlic, used a heaping 1/8 t of each the basil and Mexican oregano then cooked it all at once. I used Arnold Select Sandwich Thins Multi Grain, 1 Sandwich thin. This came out from under the broiler so delicious. I could have eaten the whole recipe of these! Made for *Healthy Choices ABC Tag 2009* game

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Charlotte J September 01, 2009

This was so easy and sooo good. I did lightly butter the toast. Otherwise followed the recipe exactly. It was very satisfying for a meatless meal.

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carolsouth September 15, 2008

This was an interesting concept for me. I knew that I liked all of the flavors, as I often do a sauteed sliced zucchini, onion, garlic and herb mix as a side dish with dinner. However, using it as a topper to toast was a new idea. The dense bread makes it hearty while healthful at the same time and a change of pace for my lunch.

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Ms B. March 26, 2008

Delicious! I changed it up to suit my taste buds-added a little turkey pepperoni & used some reduced fat swiss cheese. I don't like tomato (and I've tried!) so I left it out. I grilled it & then sprinkled the hot sandwich with some garlic powder. Yummy & different; thank you for sharing!

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LUVMY2BOYS December 21, 2007

Really good. I omitted the onion and added portabello's. It's very filling also!

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VegGirl July 16, 2005
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