The Simple Sandwich

SavvyMom April 12, 2016
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I just got back from a little trip south where the produce was fresh and luscious so I went a little crazy with one of my fave ingredients—tomatoes. They are a critical ingredient in so many dishes and especially the sandwich.
Tomato and BasilOn the top of my savoury sandwich list is a very simple tomato and basil combo. The key to making this sandwich the best is to use very fresh baked bread (sorry, you have to use white here so the flavour of the bread doesn’t take over). Then add a dollop of mayo (I never said this was the healthiest of sandwiches), big thick slices of ripe tomatoes, lots of salt and pepper and a generous amount of basil. If you are an arugula lover you might want to switch greens and then add a very thin shaving of parmesan cheese.
Keep your ingredients fresh and ripe and this sandwich will surprise you, I promise.

What did you have for lunch today?

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