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DELISH! I threw some mozzarella cheese on top along with gorgonzola and served it with Tortellini Spinach Soup (Tortellini Tomato Spinach Soup).

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My C. April 05, 2011

Yup this is good stuff! I used roma tomatoes and didn't have time to broil it, so I added the cheese directly into the mix and we ate it like fresh salsa on thinly sliced, toasted (good quality) italian bread. Besides being delicious this recipe is easy, fast, inexpensive and visually appealing. Mmmm...can't wait to make this with my home-grown tomatoes this summer. Thanks for posting!

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Gina Farina April 01, 2011

This is one of my favorite appetizers to order out, but since I got married 6 years ago, I never get it anymore. My husband doesn't like raw tomatoes. :( Sad, I know! So for my best friend's 30th birthday, we cooked a huge meal, and made this to go with it. This was as good as if not better than any bruschetta I've ordered out! I only wish I could get my husband to eat it. This was the perfect blend of flavors and was a fantastic topping on my toasty ciabatta. Thank you so much!

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Boxergurl September 19, 2010

This is a great bruschetta recipe! I didn't top and bake with cheese. I brought it to a party...room temperature baguettes with the bruschetta topping on the side. It was wonderful! I used one clove of garlic and it was plenty. Raw garlic can be very strong. I will definitely make this recipe again. Thanks!

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Mary_K September 06, 2010

We ran out of time before our company came over to toast our bread. We had some home made bread that we spooned the tomato onto. It was still amazingly yummy!

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Cook Tara K. August 29, 2010

I've been waiting for fresh garden tomatoes so I could make bruschetta. Now it feels like summer! We ate this for dinner, and it was just the two of us, so we cut the sourdough baguette in half lengthwise and ate it like an open-faced sandwich. We didn't add the cheese, though I'm sure it would have been good with the addition. Something that I LOVED that came from the bruschetta was the lovely juice that came from the tomatoes mixed with the vinegar. I just dipped pieces of the bread in it. Yum! Will definitely be making this again.

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jusme August 07, 2010

Excellent bruschetta! Everyone loved it!

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Lucky Clover August 06, 2010

This is my new food obsession...it's perfect! Summer on a plate!

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Shelly #5 August 03, 2010

I skipped the cheese and the baking (still cooked the bread), and this was still incredible! We had a little left over that I put in a pan with some leftover spaghetti for lunch the next day -- it too was great! Thank you!

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ramartin42 July 28, 2010

This dish is just packed with fantastic flavour. I used 1/2 of the oil and added 1/2 finely chopped onion. I served it with little bowls of crumbled feta and grated parmiggiano so people could add cheese or no cheese to their liking. People were just raving about it.

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Deantini July 25, 2010
Tomato and Basil Bruschetta