Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 15 mins


Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix fresh pressed garlic and olive oil in a bowl.
  2. Cut baguette or sourdough loaf into individual slices.
  3. Using basting brush, brush oil mixture onto one side of each slice. Place a slice or two of Roma tomato onto the oiled side of each piece of bread.
  4. Sprinkle fresh shredded Parmesan cheese over top.
  5. Add Italian seasoning to taste. Place all slices of bread on a cookie sheet or toaster oven pan & broil until cheese is bubbling.
  6. *I've also used chopped roma tomatoes.


Most Helpful

yummy dh and i had it for a light lunch i used french bread but followed the recipe exactly will be making this again thanks for sharing

chefkerry #2 September 19, 2006

Hit by a sudden late-night craving for bruschetta, but with no fresh basil on hand, I had to search for a new recipe. This was a delightful alternative to our 'usual', and it went together in a snap (less than 10 minutes, instead of the 20 min. indicated). It's closer to what we've always called 'tomato bread' than actual bruschetta. But if time is short or fresh herbs aren't at hand, it's a real good substitute. Thanks for sharing this recipe, Sheri. We went to bed with happy tummies. :)

highcotton July 04, 2006

I cannot believe this has not been reviewed yet. This is AMAZING. These were seriously the best bruschetta we've ever had. Tom tripled the garlic (we really really love garlic) and used grated bag parmesan, and we used large slices of sourdough. Our guests were quite impressed... YUM! A keeper for sure!

CandyTX June 10, 2006

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