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This was awesome, thanks!

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BakingMommynFL August 25, 2012

i really liked this dish...my dd's thought it was too sweet...more for me...i didn't do the bread..used roasted garlic bagel chips...still yummy!

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pigtailone August 17, 2012

Whoa Nelly! This is some AWESOME bruschetta. Used roma tomatoes & served on baguette ciabatta bread. This is so much better than any bruschetta that you could get in a restaurant. Followed exactly as written. EXCELLENT recipe

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Justin's Mom June 21, 2012

Very good recipe. Highly recommend.

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brownstone gal June 10, 2012

So easy and delicious! It would have been great anyway, but I did put it under the broiler to let the cheese melt. I didn't change a thing, and it was perfect! With summer coming, I will be serving this often. Thanks for a great recipe, BothFex!

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Whisper April 11, 2012

Very good bruschetta! I made exactly as stated except I also added 2 tablespoons of sun dried tomatoes and just a tiny bit more of balsamic vinegar (about 1 tsp). Very nice appetizer.

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BtNugget March 15, 2012

Ahhh Yes! The Tomato and Basil Bruschetta is absolutely delicious and easy to make. I served it with a seared Mahi Mahi steak, tossed green salad and rice pilaf. Yummo! The recipe is a fantastic appetizer to serve at parties too. Thank you for sharing your wonderful recipe - It was a great twist on dinner.

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Luv2CooknBake March 01, 2012

Perfection.

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jambies February 15, 2012

This was so good! Everyone was so impressed by how good it was! They thought it tasted better than what you would get at a restaurant! :)

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Cheryl's Home Cookin' December 18, 2011

I used homegrown tomatoes (not roma) and basil from my garden. It was pretty good, but I think next time I'll add more basil for an extra kick. I used a rustic whole wheat bread with a thick crust....delicious way to use up my tomatoes!

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dawnatfernglen September 04, 2011
Tomato and Basil Bruschetta