Thursday, August 16, 2012

Improv Cooking Challenge: Roasted Red Pepper and Sundried Tomato Sandwich Spread

Guess what time it is?  Improv Challenge time again!  This month's ingredients:  peppers and tomatoes (any kind or form).  Which led to, O.M. Goodness... my new favorite lunch!  I could seriously eat this sandwich every day.  I'm not a mayo person, but I agree that a sandwich needs a lil' something on it.  This sandwich spread is so yummy... savory, tangy, flavorful - way better than mayo!  
Best dishes and yummy dreams!


Roasted Red Pepper and Sundried Tomato Sandwich Spread
-Little Mommy

Yields 1 c. of spread - Refrigerate up to one week

1 large roasted red pepper
4 small sundried tomatoes
2 Tbsp. regular hummus (I use Sabra Classic)
1 heaping Tbsp. non fat yogurt
Optional: a few dashes of hot sauce

1.  Chop the red pepper and tomatoes.
2.  Combine all ingredients in a blend and puree/liquify until the mixture becomes smooth.

The pictured sandwich has: whole wheat artisan bread (toasted), sliced rotisserie chicken, nitrate/nitrite free bacon (1 slice), provolone, sandwich spread, and spinach (I should have added onions!).    


Thanks for reading, loves! xo


Melody Shingler said...

YUM! That looks quite delicious & so very versatile! I never thought of that. How easy that would make crostini hors d'oeuvres!

Lynn Gardner said...

That sounds really good and easy! I've been looking for something to replace ajvar -- a roasted pepper and eggplant spread I used to be able to buy locally -- and your recipe looks it could work.

Lesa @Edesias Notebook said...

Wow, I never would have thought to combine those ingredients, but it looks great! What a gorgeous color. Great choice for the improv challenge.

Cookaholic Wife said...

Wow, that sandwich looks delicious!

Teri@thefreshmancook said...

Your spread looks awesome! I am not a mayo person either, and I usually make my own spreads, but I can't wait to try yours! It sounds wonderful, and I love the ingredient list!!

Kate | Food Babbles said...

This sandwich sounds amazing! That spread looks awesome. Love your take on this month's ingredients.

Lizzy Do said...

Great spread is right! Perfect on almost every sandwich :)

Lisa~~ said...

What a delicious and simple to make spread and it looks amazing in your sandwich.

If you haven't already, I'd love for you to check out my Improv Cooking Challenge entry: French Fries Hash Browns.

Cook Lisa Cook

Dawnye7 said...

What a delicious looking sandwich. Love it!

Words Of Deliciousness said...

This sandwich spread really good. It would add so much flavor to any sandwich.

Kristen said...

I can totally see why you love this spread. Once you said hummus, I was all over it!