ThatBobbiGirl -You may be way out and your mom may be way out but so am I!!!! I had a big lunch so decided to have your Peanut butter weirdo toast _ I heated the plate to keep the toast hot, slipped on the peanut butter, added the tomatoes and added chopped green onions - now I have adored peanuit butter with green onions for years but the tomatoes add the 3rd dimension - A true unique weird top winner!! Go everybudy - I know your writeup will pull in the views. Thanks for being fun, unique and good tasting
Hi There! I am a die-hard fan of this recipe, you know!! I am u could say, in love with this one. Chef Anu had posted a recipe few weeks back, which is just the same as this one. And ever since that evening, oh, I have to make this one. I make this very very often, earlier, it used to be daily, now its about thrice a week. I do put about 2 leaves of iceberg lettuce as well on top of the peanut butter on the slices and then place the tomatoes,salt and pepper on it. I would recommend this recipe to THE WHOLE WORLD! I am crazy about it:) And can you believe, I can have just 2 slices of this for dinner and yet feel I had a whole huge sumptious biryani, it gives me so much satisfaction:) This is one of my ABSOLUTE FAVOURITES!
Had to give it 5 stars for nostalgia. Thought my family where the only weird'os:) Sometimes mom would add a few strips of crispy bacon and leaf lettuce to the sandwiches but always toasted bread. Thankyou for sharing, I think I'll go make one now.........
This recipe has been around for many years. I am 50 years old and my parents ate p-nut butter and tomato sandwiches before I was born. Coming from east tennessee, with their reputation for fine tomatoes, I can say these tomatoes are the choice for this "delicacy". Also, try sweet pickles with p-nut butter.It really doesn't matter what bread you use for either sandwich,and it does not have to be toasted.
I have the almost exact same recipe too (#23836) and I positively LOVE this! Instead of spreading the peanut butter on hot toast, I spread it on the bread first, then lay the tomato slices (and lettuce/wilted spinach sometimes), and grill the bread in the oven. That way the tomato juices seep into the bread a tad, and the peanut butter gets a fresh toasty flavour as well! But your method works great too :)
I cannot believe I had never heard of this or tried this before!!! I love peanut butter-and-"just about anything" sandwiches, but never had this one. It is WONDERFUL!!! I used whole wheat bread. I think it would also be great on English muffins, gonna try that next! Thanks, I LOOOVE this one! ~Manda
EEEEEEEEEEW !! I tried this recipe .... all I have to say is EEEEEWWW....
I found some great tomatoes at the Farmer's Market and tried this last night. It was good. I did not put it on toast this time but will the next. I will try it again when my own tomatoes are ready. By the way your intro to the recipe had me laughing.
I must be a bit slow for not trying this sooner!! I love peanut butter and I love tomatoes, just hadn't ever thought of putting them together. My girls when they were young would often have peanut butter & jam on toast or sandwhiches or peanut butter & banana. Thanks sooo much for posting. Guess I'm just as nutty as the rest!! lol, cheers :)
well, i tasted this recipe and it wasn't that great. I mean, it wasn't bad, i ate the whole thing.. but it just wasn't anything special. Maybe it was because I read all of the reviews and i got too hyped up about it. I was disappointed. but HEY! just because i wasnt impressed doesn't mean its the same for everybody! Go to town!