This meal was inspired by a breakfast sandwich. Not just any breakfast sandwich, though.
This idea came from my favorite breakfast – a bagel with cream cheese, smoked salmon, tomato, red onion, and capers.
This is the perfect time of the year to get hyper-local fresh tomatoes from the farmers market, and that’s exactly what I did with small yellow and red grape tomatoes from Springdale Farms at the Collingswood Farmers Market.
The yellow tomatoes add a fun punch of warm sweetness that you wouldn’t achieve with just red grape tomatoes, making this dish a true celebration of the local produce.
This easy meal comes together quickly with a surprising punch of flavor. The crispy skin feels like something you should be eating at a fancy restaurant, not at your dining room table on a random Wednesday night.
The capers add a salty, briny kick that’s balanced by the rich buttery pasta. Tip: if you or someone you know (*cough cough* Dan) doesn’t enjoy capers, feel free to leave them out!