Monday, July 2, 2012

Tomato Mozzarella Toast



Mozzarella Tomato Toast

One my absolute favorite lunches is baked cheese on bread. I have been eating it for years! I have always used sharp cheddar cheese on mine. When I ran across this picture I searched to try to find the owner of this beauty but I had no luck. I LOVE the idea of using mozzarella cheese, tomatoes and onions. Add a slice of bacon on there and I will be in heaven. This is a whole new way to make my favorite toast. My mom used to make this for me as a kid. There is nothing like baked cheese. 

Ingredients

Whole grain bread
Mozzarella cheese sliced thick
Tomato slices
White onion slices
Green onions cut up.

BACON!!!! The picture doesn't have it but I am adding BACON! I have a secret crush on Bacon. Shhhh


Directions

Pretty self explanatory but here it is. Put slices of thick mozzarella on bread and put in the oven on broil. Watch it (it won't take long) until nice and slightly brown on top and melted. Make sure it is melted. Nothing is worse than almost melted cheese. Add BACON and sliced tomatoes, white onion and green onions. 

Serve with a small side salad with ranch dressing. Perfect lunch. YUM.

Enjoy!

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26 comments:

  1. nice posting.. thanks for sharing.

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  2. Yummy! Even though it is 1:25 AM this was too delicious looking to wait for, so I made myself a piece with a tomato I just picked off my own plant!

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  3. Just tried this and it was amazing. I added jalapenos, and used a different cheese, but it was still amazing.

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  4. OMG!!!! Just made this for breakfast with fresh from the garden tomatoes. YUMMY!

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  5. guess whos gonna get mozzarella cheese later lol

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  6. Is there some sort of spice on the tomato? Looks like Italian seasoning?

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  7. Wowza! I found you on Pinterest and tried this for dinner tonight. It was YUMMO! I added fresh basil and red onion to mine. Thanks for sharing! ♥ DavesWife

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  8. Hi! Doesn't that look GREAT? Since you asked, this photo has been used on a few blogs (including one for Gluten Free Brioche even though the photo doesn't involve gluten free bread), but was first used on a French blog for its open face recipe of shallots, tomato, snails and cheese. The recipe called "Tartines aux bulots et au beurre." You can see it here: http://cuisine.notrefamille.com/recettes-cuisine/tartines-aux-bulots-et-au-beurre-_22624-r.html

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  9. Going to try this with brown mustard under the cheese...

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  10. Definitely a MUST try WITH the bacon:>)

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  11. So yum! I added fresh avocado slices on top....no bacon for this veg head, bit thought frwdh spinach or basil would be good to try next time! Thanks for sharing!

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  13. Dori, you are in trouble!! Made me drooling!!! I must try this! thank you!

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  14. I will try this for sure!
    It looks Yummy!!!!

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  15. I made this today with a few changes! I used white bread, shredded mozz, fresh basil, fresh garlic and a pinch of salt ontop of the tomatoes! YUM! I'm posting a blog about it tomorrow! You'll see my own pic of it in my blog! Thanks for the inspiration to keep trying simple tasty recipes!

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  16. thank you for so great recipe! i`ll do it tommorow for the breakfast!
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  17. Melted cheese is always awesome. Thank you so much for charing this recipe!

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  18. I kinda do something like this. It's a caprese styled grilled cheese where I add fresh tomato and basil w/mozzarella. Yummy.

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  19. making this and adding fresh basil at the end. best idea ever! thank you for posting.

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  20. This is just perfect! I was surfing the internet for a snack that is delicious and easy to prepare, and I stumbled upon your post. I really love mozzarella so I am certainly going to make some of this. I cannot wait to get started. Thank you for posting!

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  21. What is better than having a grilled cheese sandwich and hot coffee while sitting outside your porch? Thank you for this fantastic recipe. I am actually craving for a sandwich and I think this is the perfect recipe. I am definitely having this tonight!

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  22. I keep "real" bacon bits on hand all the time. Sprinkle a few of these on the bread and place these under the cheese and the other toppings before broiling. You get the bacon without having to mess up the pan or microwave.

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