Mmmm... Used whatever tomatoes the Okanagan fruit guy had, added some red onion, and didn't have any parm or similar, so omitted cheese completely. Still so good!
Loved it! I too used the full Tablespoon of Balsamic and served with warm Foaccia. Flavor Central! Thanks for posting, Di ;-)
I think it is ok
Thanks for the excellent recipe. I added one small chopped onion and used a full tablespoon of vinegar. I also tossed the tomato mixture with 1/4 c. Parmesan instead of broiling the bread. This will certainly appear on our table again!
This was really good! I love the bite of the balsamic and garlic in this. I would have liked to have had a little more basil in this, but it still tastes absolutely wonderful especially with the Parmesan cheese melted over it. I will be making this again for sure :]
One word: delicious!! I used plum tomatoes rather than roma tomatoes and left the mixture out at room temperature for about an hour before serving. Soooo good!
This was really easy and refreshing! I used a french baquette, and it was perfect for appetizers. There were no leftovers unfortunately!
Excellent. Made this for my daughters graduation and it was delicious! Instead of broiling at the end with the cheese, I cut fresh Mozzarella into a tiny dice and mixed in with tomatoes and put in fridge overnight. The next day I cut up the bread, toasted and rubbed with Garlic. Served on a platter next to each other. Everyone raved about it! thanks so much! Italian Mom of 2
My copy of this recipe had gotten so dog-eared and stained from frequent use that I looked it up to print a fresh one. That's when I discovered -- oops!! -- that I'd never reviewed it. My sincerest apologies because it was worthy of 5 stars all those years ago, and even more so now that it's stood the test of time! I sometimes serve this along with An American in Spain's version (Artichoke Bruschetta). They're both wonderful, but so totally different that guests seem to enjoy comparing and deciding which they like best. Thanks, BothFex, for providing a super 'starter' for many, many Italian meals!