Tomato Slices Recipe with Blue Cheese Topper
- Slice the tomato to end up with about 4 medium thick slices. Sprinkle the Mrs. Dash over each.
- Add a dollop of about ½ tsp. each of sour cream and mayonnaise onto the center of each tomato slice. Optionally, add a pinch of chicken flavor bouillon granules across each. Then, top each slice with ½ tsp. of blue cheese and serve (or refrigerate for later).
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- These can be broiled for about 1 minute, just until the blue cheese starts to melt. Or, if you want a fully broiled recipe, see the next section.
- Consider replacing the sour cream and mayonnaise with Italian Zesty dressing.
- Another option is to leave off the blue cheese for those that may not be favorable to that kind of cheese.
- You can replace the blue cheese with some modest-sized, thick slices of sharp cheddar cheese.
Broiled Tomato Slices Recipe
Brush slices with olive oil and broil for 1-2 minutes. Then, top with blue cheese and broil again, just until the cheese starts to melt. Remove and top with a small dollop of sour cream and serve. Do not attempt to bake; this is an emphasis on broiling.
Why do you recommend Danish Blue Cheese?
A chef in an Atlanta fine restaurant once explained the creamy taste of his blue cheese dressing. He only used Danish blue cheese. The cost is usually about 30-50% higher but it’s quite the treat when experienced. Castello and Boar’s Head are popular brands carried in grocery stores like Publix and Wal-Mart for their Danish Blue Cheese.