Classic tomatoes sandwich
Throughout the summer, tomato sandwiches are a must. They’re a simple summer treat, with soft bread, creamy mayonnaise, and luscious ripe tomatoes!
A TOMATO SANDWICH’S WHAT
Though there are numerous varieties of tomato sandwiches available, my favorite is the traditional one that just has soft white bread, creamy mayonnaise, luscious, ripe tomatoes, salt, and pepper. And that’s it!
The juice from the tomatoes, together with the creamy mayonnaise, salt, and pepper, makes a dressing-like mixture that seeps into the bread, resulting in an incredibly tasty blend of textures and flavors. I seriously can’t eat just one because it’s that delicious. I always take another mouthful as soon as I release the last one!
BREAD TO USE FOR TOMATO SANDWICHES: WHAT KIND
While many fans of tomato sandwiches want soft white bread, I’m a little more lenient when it comes to bread. Since I enjoy a little texture, I’ll bake my bread in the toaster if it’s extremely soft to give it a slight tan. I believe I am in the minority when it comes to my preference for whole wheat bread while making tomato sandwiches. For tomato sandwiches, most bread would fine, but I would try to stay away from extremely chewy or crusty bread, like a baguette, since it will dominate the delicate feel of the tomatoes inside
Ingredients for tomato sandwich
- Half a huge tomato,
- Two white bread slices
- 3 Tbsp mayonnaise
- One pinch of salt
- One pinch of pepper
DIRECTIONS for tomato sandwich
- If you’re a toastier person, start by toasting the bread. Cut the tomatoes into big circles by slicing them horizontally about their equator.
- Dredge each slice of bread in a generous amount of mayonnaise. Place tomato slices on top of one slice of bread, and then liberally season the tomatoes and the second slice of bread with salt and pepper.
- Sandwich together the second piece of bread, cut it in half, and serve right away.