Recipe Directions

Slice tomato in to about 1/4” thick round slices. Spread evenly on a large dish and drizzle with tahini (if the tahini is a little thick, loosen it up with some water or oil so that it will pour like dressing). Sprinkle nutritional yeast over the top to give it a little cheesy flavor. Add sea salt to your liking. I haven’t tried this any other way but it could be good with some other toppings too, give it a try and let me know how it goes~

Caballita's Thoughts

By Caballita

This is like my new “junk food” since avocados are not so much in their prime this time of year. The denser the tomato, the hardier the dish feels and I like to use a tomato that is really firm to give a nice texture contrast. I call it nachos because it reminds me of coming home from school and making nachos in the microwave. Now that I live on my own and in college I make this!

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sounds great!!

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yum.. do you all know if nutritional yeast is raw? I've used it in the past but feel that I don't need it anymore. This may be good with some buckwheat sprinkled on top (soaked and dehydrated).

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Whoops, I meant to say ---YUMMMMMMMM! I wonder if there is any crunchy something that would be great garnish and add a little extra texture.

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yum.. do you all know if nutritional yeast is raw? I've used it in the past but feel that I don't need it anymore. This may be good with some buckwheat sprinkled on top (soaked and dehydrated).

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Whoops, I meant to say ---YUMMMMMMMM! I wonder if there is any crunchy something that would be great garnish and add a little extra texture.

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sounds great!!

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