Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins
The best time for these are when tomatoes are in season-especially if they're home grown,and the type of bread you use makes all the differnce-If you can get a good heavy German style bread this makes the best sandwhich (no need to toast) but for this posting we'll go with Twelve grain bread.
- 1 large tomatoes
- 2 -4 slices twelve-grain bread
- butter or margarine
- salt and pepper
- 1 -2 dash garlic powder (optional)
- Wash and slice tomato.
- Toast 2-4 slices Twelve grain bread (depending on size/#of slices of tomato).
- Butter toast.
- Sprinkle sliced tomato with salt,pepper and garlic if you like.
- Layer on bread and Enjoy!
- PS-you can always drizzle a bit of olive oil on tomatoes for extra flavor-or just "butter" bread with olive oil instead of butter or margerine.
- If you can get German style bread or a thick-heavy bread-no need to toast-just butter-layer tomatoes and enjoy.
my aunt and uncle had a ten acre farm of mostly tomatoes. it does'nt get better than this. there is something special about a home grown, acidicly perfect, juicy tomato. my aunt always used mayo, but this is just as great. yum
This has so much flavour for so little effort. I toasted some white bread and used sweet, vine-ripened tomatoes which complemented the garlic powder beautifully.
I took 2 pieces of wholemeal bread (thick cut),a sliced tomato and a small container with garlic salt and pepper to work today best sandwich lunch I,ve ever had ,as I went out the door said to DH try some garlic salt on your tomatoe sandwiches today dear,he,s just told me I,m a genius for thinking of it the nicest sandwiches he had for ages.