Tasty Bruschetta

Bruschetta is a fresh, simple and delicious Italian appetizer that can be prepared in minutes and enjoyed any time of the year. In its simplest Italian form, bruschetta requires that bread be toasted over real coals, then rubbed down with slices of raw garlic, drizzled with olive oil and finished with a little bit of sea salt and fresh pepper. Variations evolved to further incorporate things like chopped tomatoes, beans and fresh herbs. This Instructable recreates the standard Italian tomato bruschetta that you’d often be served in an Italian restaurant at the start of a meal, quickly and easily in your own kitchen. If you’ve got 15 minutes and are looking for a delicious appetizer to start off your favorite Italian meal, then this bruschetta recipes instructable is the answer for you.

Avocado Bruschetta with Balsamic Reduction from damndelicious, recipe here.

Avocado Bruschetta with Balsamic Reduction from [damndelicious] recipe here.

Mozzarella, Pesto, Arugula, and Parmesan Bruschetta from [Martha Stewart] recipe here.

Mozzarella, Pesto, Arugula, and Parmesan Bruschetta from [Martha Stewart] recipe here.

Simple Garlic Mushroom Bruschetta from [donalskehan] recipe here.

Simple Garlic Mushroom Bruschetta from [donalskehan] recipe here.

Roasted grapes with thyme, fresh ricotta and grilled bread from [sacramentostreet] recipe here

Roasted grapes with thyme, fresh ricotta and grilled bread from [sacramentostreet] recipe here

Prosciutto, Melon, and Balsamic Vinegar Bruschetta

Prosciutto, Melon, and Balsamic Vinegar Bruschetta from [ foodhearts ] recipe here

Sun-dried Tomato and Kalamata Olive Bruschetta

Sun-dried Tomato and Kalamata Olive Bruschetta from [garnishwithlemon] recipe here

Zucchini & Goat's cheese Bruschetta

Zucchini & Goat’s cheese Bruschetta from [simply-delicious-food] recipe here

You can find the recipe just below the image :)
I wish you a happy weekend!

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  One thought on “Tasty Bruschetta

  1. 04/08/2014 at 11:48

    Part of Heaven!!!!!!

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