Bruschetta is my favourite appetizer in the world. If you’re a tomato lover and you haven’t tried bruschetta yet, you need to try it. Bruschetta originated from Italy, and is basically toasted bread that has been rubbed with garlic, butter and lightly salted topped with a blend of tomatoes, basil and mozzarella cheese. Sometimes it’s served cold, sometimes hot; I love both ways. What you’re essentially making to describe it differently, is garlic bread topped with delicious tomatoes and cheese.
To twist it a bit, I roasted my tomatoes first to produce an absolutely delicious home-made version of sun-dried tomatoes, resulting in Homemade Sundried Tomatoes Bruschetta. If you want me to do a separate blog post on that just let me know; it’s so easy and delicious.
Anyhow, then I blended them a bit before using them. I also added parsley, well, because I love parsley. Please! Fresh ingredients only. Needless to say, I ate every single serving as a meal; no judgments please! It’s appetizer portion *wink*
How about this Italian-Styled Stuffed French Toast?!
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