By Malriah on February 27, 2004
"Due to some health issues, we have been limiting our intake of meat recently. This was a dinner that I threw together last night. Its very light but also very filling. (If food can be both at the same time...) It is 10 times better than bruschetta that you find in any restaurant but you have got to use fresh ingredients! The serving sizes will change dramatically depending on how you are serving it. If it is an appetizer, it will serve more people. Since we had it as a dinner, it served closer to 4."
Serving Size: 1 (478 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Terrific recipe! I usually make bruschetta with only garlic, but I really enjoyed the addition of red onion. Unfortunately, had to eliminate the Romano and Asiago cheeses due to lactose problems, but it still was absolutely delicious. Thanks for posting."
"Excellent! We really enjoyed this as a side dish with Steaks on the Grill #62860."
"Thank you so much for posting this recipe ! My sister made this for a family dinner as an appetizer and honestly that is all I wanted to eat ! It is refreshing and yummy! For a time saving feature, she shredded the cheese and added it in with the tomato mixture and served it on top of the bread. I too have made this recipe and it tastes great either way! THANKS AGAIN. "
"OH MY GOSH!!! This is the best recipe I've found for bruschetta! I only used 1/3C. purple onion and didn't use the asiago or romano cheeses (to cut back on fat). I took this for a potluck and came back with NONE!Rave reviews!"