Excellent...came out perfect...my fab bruschetta recipe ..
YUM! This is very similar to the recipe I usually use (which I couldn't find). This is great as is, but I do a couple of things differently: I add about 1/2 cup parmesan, and another 1/2-1 cup mozzarella, and then put on bread in the oven at 350 for about 10 mins. It's cheesy, tomato-ey, bubbly and delicious!
This is an excellent way to use up the last of the summer tomatoes. I've used regular tomatoes, which have more juice than romas, so I chop them and let them drain. They have so much more flavor than Roma tomatoes. Also, try sprinkling the bread slices with olive oil and garlic powder, then lightly toasting it. I do this a day ahead and store the slices in a Ziploc bag, then whip up the bruschetta shortly before serving so it's good and fresh. The addition of balsamic in this recipe gives the mixture a delicious boost.
I made this bruschetta for a small dinner party and was hoping for some left overs. Nope! Everyone loved it.his was the most delicious bruschetta I have had!
This was incredible. I'll never go looking for another bruschetta recipe again. Absolutely fabulous.
What a lovely recipe. The bread was toasted and crispy, just the way I like it. Wonderful with a delicious tomato topping. I used freshly shredded Parmesan, good quality olive oil and balsamic vinegar, so good. It doesn't get any better than this thank you for sharing. Made for Culinary Quest - 2014 - Suitcase Gourmets.
I used 2 garlic cloves. It was perfect. The taste was so good with the balsamic vinegar and everything. I just omitted the salt. Thanks sofie-a-toast :) Made for Count Dracula and His Hot Bites for ZWT7
This was yummy! I scaled down the recipe for one, loved the balsamic vinegar in this! Thanks! Made for the PRMR game.
Loved it!! Very simple and turned at great.
Great recipe, to be honest I eyeballed while measuring the ingredients and it still came out great! At my grocery store Roma tomatoes were far too expensive for the amount of people at the potluck I was going to. So, I used 2 cans of diced tomatoes and it still came out amazing. It gave it a nice chunky bruschetta texture.