Tomato Sandwich Ideas

Tomato Sandwich Ideas
Any time of year is a good one when you are making a sandwich with tomatoes. The summer tomatoes are especially succulent. Their jewel tones and juicy texture can make any sandwich an eating event. Bursting with flavor and nutrition, they are hard to beat as a sandwich ingredient.

Low in calories, 149 grams, or just a little over 5 ounces, has only 27 calories and 6 grams of carbohydrate with 2 grams of fiber. They are full of Vitamins C and Vitamin A, comprising 32% and 25% of the Daily Value for good nutrition. Tomatoes are also good sources of Vitamin E Vitamin K, Potassium, Manganese, Thiamin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Magnesium, Phosphorus, and Copper.

When your vines are producing a bumper crop of tomatoes, or it is the end of the season, and you don't want to lose tomatoes to frost, it is time to fry some green tomatoes. Just dip slices of those little green beauties into some milk and egg mixture, and dredge them in a 50/50 mixture of your favorite fish fry mix and cornmeal. Fry them in a heavy skillet until they are golden to dark brown. I like to add a tiny bit of bacon grease to my oil to enhance the flavor. Fried green tomatoes are delicious sandwich fillings.


Tomato Sandwich Ideas

*Thickly sliced, garden-fresh tomato, sprinkled with salt and pepper on soft white bread with mayonnaise and butter lettuce.
*Avocado, turkey, tomato, and horsey sauce on a soft bun
*Green tomatoes, fried and served on a bun with tartar sauce and lettuce.
*Eggs, chicken, cucumbers, dill, chives, and celery leaves, chopped up and mixed with mayo and balsamic vinegar, then wrapped in a warm flour tortilla with thinly sliced tomato.
* Red onions, muffaletta, lettuce, tomato, and Genoa salami with mustard and mayo on sourdough bread.
*Tilapia fried and served on a soft roll with lettuce, tomato, pepperjack cheese, and tartar sauce.
*American cheese (or your choice of sliced cheese) on rye or sourdough bread with mayonnaise, thickly sliced tomato, lettuce, and thin slices of Claussen garlic dill pickles.
*Deli meats and cheeses of your choice with shredded lettuce, onions, and thinly sliced tomatoes, peppers, olives, and pickles with mayo, mustard, Italian dressing, and basil, on an Italian roll.
*Fried egg, melted cheese, tomato, lettuce, mayo, and mustard on a homemade bun.
*Bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich with mayo on your favorite bread.


When the fresh tomatoes of summer are gone, you can still have good tomato taste for your sandwiches. Buy Campari tomatoes. They are small, but they don't taste like cardboard tomatoes. Campari tomatoes have a sweet little acidic kick. They are available all year. My favorite brand is Sunset Campari. I have seen them in other grocery stores, but Costco has great prices and is a reliable source. Use tomatoes as a delicious condiment or the main sandwich event! Slice them thick, or slice them thin, these little fruits really deliver taste, color, and interest to your sandwich meals.

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