I also couldn't find smoked mozzarella, so I used the other commenter's fresh mozz/smoked Gouda combo - it was great. We wanted warm sandwiches so I toasted the bread on one side in a skillet with garlic butter, built the sandwich on the toasted side and popped them into the broiler until the cheese was melted. (If you broil them, put them on a pan lined with cooking-sprayed foil - the tomatoes will make a mess.) Yum!
Tomato & Smoked Mozzarella Sandwiches
From EatingWell: November/December 2007
Take a classic combination like fresh tomatoes and mozzarella, add a couple flavor-packed ingredients like olives and sun-dried tomatoes, put it between two pieces of crusty bread and you'll have a satisfying weekend lunch or an easy warm-weather supper.
2 Reviews for Tomato & Smoked Mozzarella Sandwiches
These were EXCELLENT! I couldn't find smoked mozzarella so I used some fresh mozzarella and some smoked Gouda. Deslish! The fresh basil really makes it, so If you're thinking about leaving that out, I wouldn't.