Yikes - what a silly name. My sister adopted this quick recipe from me and her husband promptly named it "Little Breads." Somehow the name has stuck, so humor me.
This is a yummy and quick dinner, hors d'oeuvre or snack -- just thought I'd share :-)
First, slice some delicious bread. I usually use a long sourdough baguette, which makes tiny little bread rounds (hence the name Little Breads). In the photographs I've chosen a larger rosemary olive oil bread from the LaBrea Bakery. Spread a light layer of butter on the top and sprinkle with a yummy garlic salt. Place these in a 400º oven for 10 minutes or until the bread is lightly toasted.
Next, place slices of yummy tomato on top of the toasted bread. You may choose to sprinkle a little more garlic salt or other seasoning on top of the tomatoes.
Finally, sprinkle feta cheese on top of the tomatoes -- a lot or a little (we had a lot that night) :-)
Place your concoction in the oven on 400º for ten minutes to cook those tomatoes and warm that cheese. I like to toast them on Broil for a couple of minutes at the end -- makes 'em crunchy and pretty. That's it! Little Breads are great served with a side of green beans or another favorite vegetable.