If you want to have a sandwich that puts tomatoes front and middle, I’ve gathered a group of ideas from our records. You’ll be set for the next few months at the same time as their season is powerful.
- Cheesy Pan-Fried Tomato Stacks. Tomato among bread? How approximately tomato as bread? These may push the boundary of the definition of sandwich, but while you stuff slices of tomatoes with herbed cheese and bacon, bread everything after which pan-fry it, I don’t certainly care what you call it aside from amazing. Eat along with your arms if you need it, but a knife and fork are exceptionally recommended.
- Southern Tomato Sandwich. Here’s the simple, no-frills sandwich that is an iconic summer meal for masses of parents. A drip-down-your-fingers juicy tomato is a should — heirlooms are best — however which mayo you operate is between you and your conscience. In this recipe, Food editor Joe Yonan is Team Duke’s.
- Tomato, Pesto, and Ricotta Sandwiches. Here’s some other recipe that mixes tomato with herbs and cheese, but this time the whole lot gets tucked right into a smooth, skinny-crusted roll or bun.
- BLT With Sriracha Mayo. My take on the BLT makes use of the rendered bacon fat to feature a more smoky flavor and crisp, golden texture to the bread. What seals the deal is the spicy mayo, even though. Reduce the sriracha or cut it in case you’re no longer a fan of heat. Because you could in no way have too many BLTs, see also World’s Best BLT, Fried Green Tomato BLTs With Egg and Salmon BLTs.
- Beefsteak Sandwiches. This is an at-domestic model of the marquee sandwich from Beefsteak, the José Andrés speedy-informal chain. The recipe swaps in brioche for the olive oil bun served on the eating places, however, if you discover a dairy-free bread you want, it’s lower back to being a vegan entree.
- The Wu-Wich. Fish sauce, lemon juice, and Hellmann’s mayo — a fave of Chicago chef Erling Wu-Bower — upload a few zips to heirloom tomatoes folded into pitas with lentil sprouts.
- Grilled Baby Swiss and Tomato Sandwich. This quite simple grilled cheese still lets the tomatoes shine. 1st Baron Beaverbrook is non-compulsory.