Tomato Stack Sandwich at its Best
Growing up I remember my mom enjoying tomato sandwiches. I never cared for tomatoes, but she loved them. As I grew older, though still not a fan of tomatoes, I decided to start eating them because of their nutrient goodness. I now include them in salads, and though its still not my favorite taste, with a bit of dressing on them, they go down just fine.
If you are anything like me mum, you’re gonna love this sandwich and have fun building a variety of different creations, as did myself and some of my international friends: We were all given the same foods to work with, and look at all the variations of the same sandwich – great job guys – scroll down to see the other creations.
Not Tuna, Tomato Stack Sandwich Recipe
Equipment needed: Food Processor
Yield: How many sandwiches can you eat?
Ingredients for 1 Sandwich:
- 1 beef steak tomato
- Clover sprouts or sunflower greens (sprouts) or the combination of both
- Not tuna salad/pate (See Recipe)
- Fresh dill, parsley, and/basil
- Any other ingredients that fit your fancy
1. Remove top brown spot with a tomato shark (brown spot where tomato was connected to vine)
2. With tomato laid on its side, slice it into sections
3. Layer sandwich together: slice of tomato, bed of sprouts, slice of tomato, basil leaves or fresh dill or parsley, tomato slice, not tuna salad/pate spread, tomato slice, sprouts and dill, or basil or parsley, tomato slice, not tuna salad/pate, slice of tomato. You get the the idea – be creative, have fun with it and enjoy each bite.
- Add nut cheese spread
- Fresh spinach leaves
Where to find ingredients – for one stop shopping, delivered to your door step, browse my Amazon store for needed ingredients, such as tomato shark (also known as tomato corer), etc.
A number of my friends from different parts of the world, each made a Tomato Stack Sandwich, using the same ingredients, but adding their own personal touch to each – don’t they look great and delicious!
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