Really terrific! Like loof, we had it as a main dish with salad on the side. I used store bought gluten free bread which worked very well, got all crisp and utterly yummy. For the cheese, I used an aged sheep brie, which we both agreed is perfect for this dish. Will make it definitely again! Thanks for sharing :)<br/>Made for the Cook-A-Thon in memory of Gideon
Wow this is just terrific! You called it a side dish but we enjoyed it as a main course. I made 2 servings in individual ramekins, using ciabatta bread on top and serving with an extra piece to dip into that wonderful juice. I used fresh mozzarella cheese so added some fresh basil in addition to the dried. Enjoyed this with a nice Cabernet Sauvignon for a wonderful light meal - thanks for sharing the recipe!
Superb!! This is a great anytime meal, made for breakfast but can see us sitting on the patio with this and a glass of wine. Tomatoes are not in season right now so used the best I could get and brie cheese, but am looking forward to trying Peggy's suggestion of using blue cheese. I used really good whole grain sandwich bread but think any really flavorful bread would add a nice layer. Now I cannot wait till tomato season. Thanks for the excellent post.
This is simply the best! I had to go to our local Wegmans' to obtain the very best tomato I could get for this time of year in the states. I found some halfway decent ones - so I went about making this dreamy dish. It was everything you claimed, and more. I had some homemade bread, and lovely brie with a nice rind...so used that. Boy, this is just so enchanting! Can only think in the summer this will be our favorite treat. Thank you, Zuri! Made for your memory of your dear husband. oxo
Was able to find all the ingrediants for this dish here in Lima and prepared it for our lunch here in the apt. I did use mozzerela cheese as that's what I could find. I wasn't sure about the ketchup as I don't like the stuff, and thought about leaving it off - but went ahead and used it and glad I did - it really set off he tomatoes. A great, simple and fast lunch. Made for Zurie's cook-a-thon 2014
Oh my goodness, what a sensational dish. I made half a batch for lunch and two of us scoffed the lot. I used gorgonzola cheese and slightly stale grainy bread. Also added a finely chopped mild green chilli. I can't say enough about how delicious this is. If you are a fan of the ingredients, you must try it. Yum, yum, yum!