I have never been a fan of tomatoes.
Something about the mushy inside with all those seeds.
However, I am a great big fan of anything tomato-based – as long as it isn’t too chunky. Give me a thick, seasoned homemade pasta sauce any day!
I was feeling a little on the adventurous side a few weeks ago when I went to Panera Bread for dinner with my husband. I usually get the bread bowl filled with their delicious broccoli and cheddar soup and he gets the same soup with a panini. This time, I chose their Tomato & Mozzarella Panini and I was instantly in love! Granted, I did pick out MOST of the tomato, but the bits I did leave in were an added boost of flavor that my mouth truly enjoyed.
So on that note, I challenge you all to be a little adventurous this week – try something new that you would have otherwise dismissed when eating out. Or pick up a new fruit or vegetable in the store to take home a try a new dish with. You just might be surprised!
I found a similar sandwich to that amazing Panini from Panera Bread to share with you guys. You can easily make this at home, and maybe even with those amazing treats you are probably growing in your garden this spring?! Check out this recipe and more at bestfoodcloud.com.
If you are like me and are not a fan of tomatoes, I made this delicious sandwich using VERY thin slices and cutting out those seeds that I don’t like. You can also try using a pasta sauce as a substitute…or just grabbing that delicious panini over at Panera!
Either way, I hope you enjoy!