This is AWESOME!!!!!!! I loaded up on the garlic, the vampires are sure to stay away. Very good recipe and I never knew this was so easy to make. Taking it on the boat tomorrow and I already had 3 slices...oops, it is just too good. Thanks, this is a keeper.
This is definately "garlicky", just like the bruschetta at my favorite restaurant! I used fresh basil, and freshly shredded parmesan reggiano. Next time I am going to try freshly shredded gouda, as that's what the restaurant uses. Great bruschetta, suzyq- thanks! :o)
Excellent! Comparable to the Bruschetta in our favorite resturants. (My son said better! and he doesn't even like tomatoes) I had fresh basil on hand and used that in place of the dried and it worked well, however I didn't have quite enough and need to use more next time. I used Kraft Grated Parmesan cheese in the container instead of grating fresh and this worked good as well. I think next time I will top it with some fresh chives after broiling. This will remain a staple in our refrigerator for quick, nutrious and easy snacking.
great recipe, very flavorful. i used fresh basil, flat leaf parsley and cracked black pepper. served with goat cheese spread and crostini all on the same platter for dd's spaghetti dinner birthday party. love anything i can make ahead of time! thanks for sharing suzie!!
Super easy and delicious. I only let the tomato mixture marinate for about an hour or two but it was enough to marry the flavours. I also added a little splash of balsamic vinegar. We polished off that French bread in no time! Thanks!
YUM!! I used a lot of garlic. It was excellent!
Very good. I add red onion. My husband who can't stand tomatoes loves this stuff. We like it on parmesan crusted chicken and on salad.
Very good, especially at this time of year. My family isn't that excited about Basil so next time I will go easy on the Basil and add a spice we like, eg: Tarragon, Oregano or Red pepper flakes. I only used one garlic clove and next time I will use two.