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Best Ever Bruschetta

Best Ever Bruschetta created by DianaEatingRichly

I went through a major bruschetta phase and tried many many recipes until I found the perfect one. This was originally Guy Fieri's but is slightly adapted to my taste after making it about a billion times. Cookingt time is marinating time.

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  • In a medium mixing bowl, add the tomatoes, garlic, basil, vinegar, olive oil, cheese, salt and pepper.
  • Mix thoroughly and let sit for at least 15 minutes at room temperature to let the flavors marinate.
  • Slice the bread into individual pieces and spoon the mixture on top.
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"I went through a major bruschetta phase and tried many many recipes until I found the perfect one. This was originally Guy Fieri's but is slightly adapted to my taste after making it about a billion times. Cookingt time is marinating time."
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  1. Kelanne1014
    What recipe doesn't get "tweaked" by the person prepping it? I mean, seriously. It's supposed to be adjusted to your tastes. Now if you were baking...might be a slightly different "game play". But if you know how to weigh ingredients, you also can make your adaptations. Kitchen play is not for the weak of heart. ;)
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  2. rsemrau1
    Unless you use an extremely strong brand of parmesan, double it up. You won't regret it.
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  3. TerryF1
    Excellent! I put it on toasted bread. I would just caution to taste before adding the salt because parmesan can already be very salty depending on the brand you are using.
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  4. felicerobin
    You lost me at jarred garlic. Anyone who cooks with this has zero clue what good is let alone use it in a raw dish. Nope!
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  5. Sageca
    This was so perfect; I used white balsamic vinegar and toasted rye bread. I prepare my tomato mixture a couple hours ahead and leave it at room temperature. I add a bit of Parmesan and broil for a minute.
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