By Enjolinfam on September 03, 2008
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"I'm really looking forward to trying this recipe soon! From Vegetarian Times and recipe by Kathy Farrell-Kingsley."
Serving Size: 1 (63 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Yum, yum, yum! The sauce is so tasty! Thank you for this recipe."
"This is so good! Would be even better with tomatoes fresh from my own garden, which I will hopefully have later this summer! :)"
"This sauce would be good on ANYTHING!. The sandwich was phenomenal but the sauce was beyond 5 stars! Made for ZWT 6 by a fellow Looney Spoon Phoodie."
"What a nice way to to make a tomato taste so good; love the combinations of ingrediets. lovely summer treat to add to my recipes; thank you. Made this for ZWT6. Rita"
"Simply delicious, and healthy-perfect for us! I made this based on Chef#284180's recommendation for the Top Favorites of 2008 Game and am glad I made. I suppose if you wanted to "dude" it up, you could add feta to the basil mixture or top the tomato slice with parmesan or some other cheese, but not necessary for us. Served this for lunch to son and family and enjoyed it just as it is. Thanks Enjolinfam for sharing!"
"A wonderful easy, healthy, delicious recipe! The only change I made was to sprinkle more parmesan on top before broiling...and then a bit more once it came out of the oven. After we finished this, I realized a little dried oregano sprinkled on top would've given a little visual interest since the pesto was completely hidden by the tomatoes. This one is a keeper!"
"I used dark German bread and enjoyed this! I used cherry tomatoes from the garden too. Thanks for a yummy snack!"
"Alas, I believe today was my last basil harvest of the season (cool weather has nipped my plant already!)--and this recipe was as fine a use as I can think of for the occasion! What a pleasant lunch; it reminded me of bruschetta but had the feel of a sandwich. This is especially true as I used wheat bread instead of english muffins. DH suggested that we sprinkle the tops with parmesan before the second broiling, and he was right on the money with that one. I had reservations about the tanginess of the yogurt, but it blended beautifully. I probably used double the amount of garlic called for, but that was just out of personal preference. Thanks for posting! Made for Zaar Tag 2008."