3 Reviews

Sharon, this sandwich is so simple to make and loaded with flavor. Now that Christmas break is over and we are getting back into the swing of school, I was on the lookout for quick fix lunches that are still healthy. I thought for sure I would hear a complaint or two from at least one of my children about it being to spicy, or that they did not like it because there was no cheese etc... Instead I got a 5 star rating from all four! The only request that was made at the table was concerning the bread- I was asked if I would make it again soon using either my homemade whole wheat bread or a good crusty French or Italian. I used Franks Red Hot Sauce in place of tabasco as that is what I had on hand, cut back just a pinch on the cayenne pepper, and my tomato of choice was kumatoes because they have such a wonderful flavor for a store bought tomato. I am definitely not a fan of mayo, so I must admit I thought I would be leaving the sauce off of my sandwich...once I tried it though, I LOVED it. I plan on making up just the mayo to go on our burgers planned for next week. Thanks for the keeper. Made and reviewed for the 60th AUS/NZ Recipe Swap

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Chef Buggsy Mate January 11, 2012

This was great! Now, OPEN WIDE -- Made for PRMR.

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gailanng September 19, 2011

I love tomato sandwiches, and adding hot sauce to mayo is always a favorite around here. I used yellow onion (on hand), sprinkled the cayenne over top with s/p, and served on a wonderful poppy seed topped Italian bread. Next time I would leave out the onions, but the rest was wonderful!

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2Bleu August 26, 2011
Red Hot Mayo and Tomato Sandwiches