Becca's Bruschetta Recipe
This is a great appetizer, especially for entertaining guests. It goes well with any Italian entree, doesn't require a lot of work, and it tastes wonderful!
I needed something to make with my surplus of late season tomatoes for a gathering at my place and this caught my eye. I wish I could tell you how it was from personal experience. But my guests ate it up before I got to try any! It looked and smelled great and they were all raving about it! So I'll base my rating on their review!
Had an Italian dinner night with a couple of high school kids and made this as an appetizer. I used sun-dried tomatoes, diced, instead of fresh tomatoes. Kids commented how delicious it was. Of course, I tested the product myself, and it is a fabulous recipe!
It was okay; not the best I've tasted. Followed the recipie exactly as stated, but for next time I would highly recommend buttering the bread slices and toasting it before putting all the ingredients on it.
Balsamic vinegar adds a delicious zip to easy bruschetta.
This bruschetta will turn out every time you make it. Use small slices of bread for a unique appetizer, or serve with Italian dishes.
Fresh tomatoes, parsley, chives, garlic and basil create this beautiful, tasty dish. Add balsamic vinegar if you like. Serve on toasted French bread with pesto, or enjoy it all by itself.
Shallots are the special ingredient in this easy, filling bruschetta. The tomato mixture tastes best when prepared ahead of time and chilled for approximately 1 hour.
Charred Italian bread is topped with creamy goat cheese and a mixture of strawberries and balsamic vinegar. This makes the perfect start or end to an Italian feast.