Roasted Tomato Tartines

by Koko on August 18, 2011 · 2 comments

in Cooking, Recipe, Sandwiches

I love a good juicy tomato and I love this recipe since the tomatoes are really the star. This recipe was so simple and a great one to have on hand when you need to make a quick dinner – I would serve them next to a big butter lettuce salad.

You may be asking what’s a tartine? A tartine is an open faced sandwich with a spread on top (pretty vague right?). They are popular in France and often served for lunch. I ate these tartines as a late lunch/snack, but think I would make them again for a passed appetizer for a dinner party. Feel free to be creative with the cheese/bread you use. Although I think the combination of the tomatoes and goat cheese on crispy French bread is just perfect.

I love how these roasted tomatoes turned out. They were jam packed with flavor and still a little juicy, which I love. I think I will make them again and use them for toppings for upcoming Caprese sandwiches or even in some eggs for breakfast.



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Nicole@HeatOvenTo350 August 19, 2011 at 9:44 am

This looks like the perfect summer snack or appetizer. (Or dinner if you eat 15 like I’m pretty sure I would.)

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