Try this Bruschetta recipe, or contribute your own.
1. Combine tomatoes, basil, minced garlic, salt & pepper. Let stand 15 minutes or cover and refridgerate for up to 4 hrs. 2. Slice bread in 1" slices. Place on baking sheet and broil until lightly browned. Rub cut side of garlic cloves over 1 side, and then brush with olive oil. Spoon tomato mixture over, and sprinkle with parmesan if desired. 3. If tomato mixture was refridgerated, broil for one minute. Contributor: Canadian Living Cookbook Posted to MM-Recipes Digest V4 #306 by Cathleen
savannahchase 2y agoReally yummy. Had no basil so made it without any. Used Asiago sheese to sprinkle on top.
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familychef1 4y agoHow about a sprinkling of feta? These look fabulous.
andreajc 5y agoYummy!
sgrishka 7y agoThe term bruschetta refers specifically to toasted bread, rubbed with garlic and drizzled with good olive oil...it's basically Italian Toasted Garlic Bread. This version is actually the classic Italian starter Bruschetta al Pomodoro or Toasted Bread with Tomatoes. Bruschetta is my absolute favorite appetizer during the summer or whenever I can get great tasting, fresh, ripe tomatoes. There is just nothing better than the magic of fresh tomatoes, garlic, basil and olive oil on top of toasted bread. We made this for a great, light lunch served with cottage cheese on the side.
tgreen31 7y agoThis is a great appetizer idea. Its easy and taste great. Your guests will love it!