Made this exactly as instructed, it was excellent! Thank you!
Really good!!! used regular onions and white mushrooms. instead of broiling i used my baking stone @ 400 degrees til melted. let my tomato warm in the skillet that i did the mushrooms in. will def make again.
I modified the recipe because I don't like mushrooms. I replaced with zucchini. It was quite possibly the best sandwhich I ever had. Definately recommend.
These are amazingly delicious. I'm certain 5 stars could be attained by using garden ripe tomatoes, homemade pesto, and top quality cheese. I toasted the bread in the toaster lightlyMy husband loved it and immediately suggested I make it for our friends when we go on holiday together. Served with Iceberg Wedges with Pancetta (Cooking Light August 2005) and a glass of Rombauer chardonnay. Quick to put together on a weeknight.
Absolutely delicious. Didn't have shallots, so I used chives. Was still fantastic. Loved the mushrooms - even on their own! Fresh basil on top was the "cherry."
Nom nom! I made this for Saturday morning breakfast and Hubby and I both loved it. I used marble rye bread and made my own cilantro walnut pesto. Delish!
My husband commented "there is an egg on my sandwhich." He was not a fan, but I loved the combo of the mushrooms, egg and tomato. The mushrooms on thier own had great flavor as did the parmesan pesto toasts. I made a hommade pesto rather than a storebought one.
This is the perfect brunch recipe. I loved the meatiness of the mushrooms which went so well with the egg. Tomatoes are in season right now so they were absolutely perfect in this dish. I also made a quick pesto instead of using store bought. To check out my post with step by step photos, go to: http://www.icancookthat.org/2012/08/open-faced-sandwiches-with-mushrooms.html
Absolutely delicious! We used a french loaf instead of the multigrain bread and homemade pesto. Can't wait to make again!
This was wonderful. The only change I'd make is to use more shallots and mushrooms. We love them and the amount called for just wasn't enough.