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Summer salad of Crumbed Tomato Slices

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This is really not a recipe, and I want to make that perfectly clear, because I don't want to offend anyone with what might appear to be misleading information! A few days ago, I needed a side dish to complete our meal. I prefer at those times to try and come up with a vegetable or at least having a vegetable as part of the ingredient list. And this is what I made.......

Creamy Tomato Slice Salad.
Summer sald of Crumbed Tomato Slices.
Crumbed Tomato Slices
serves 2-3

2 large tomatoes
2 T vinaigrette
1 T mayonnaise
1/3-1/2 c croutons

Remove stem and blossom ends of the tomatoes, slice into 4 slices each, arrange on serving plate.

Combine the vinaigrette and the mayonnaise, blending until smooth. Drizzle over tomato slices.

Crush the croutons.

Sprinkle over the tomato slices, add a sprig of herb for garnish, serve!

I enjoy "recipes" like this one, they are simple, adaptable, and use what you already have on hand. For a larger crowd, just double or triple the ingredients.

Enjoy!

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5 comments

  1. I love this salad, Melynda. So simple but wonderful. All of the best things...part salad...part tomato sandwich...part tomato pie. Yum!

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  2. Simple salads are often the best, especially with tomatoes because it brings out their flavor. I might try this with the over abundance of garden tomatoes I have right now, thanks!

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  3. You're killing me here. We can't get good tomatoes in Arizona, they taste like paper. I miss those Indiana tomatoes you could eat like an apple.

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  4. At first I read "crumbled tomato slices" and wondered how on earth did she manage to crumble tomatoes? Sigh. It's been a long week.

    This is a great idea--love it!

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  5. I also love this,, its just so fresh and light,, lets the tomato shine!!

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