Cherry Tomatoes on Provolone Garlic Bread

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Ready In:
1hr 45mins
Ingredients:
13
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • For the tomatoes, mix tomatoes, scallions, parsley, rosemary, garlic, olive oil and vinegar in a shallow bowl.
  • Season with salt and pepper.
  • Cover bowl and let tomatoes marinate at room temperature for at least 1 hour, but preferably 3-4 hours.
  • Stir occasionally to distribute seasonings.
  • For the bread, combine olive oil and garlic and let mixture stand for about 10 minutes so flavors can mingle. Meanwhile, heat the broiler.
  • Brush one side of each bread slice with garlic and olive oil mixture and broil them oiled-side up until lightly browned.
  • Put a slice of provolone and a generous sprinkling of Parmesan on each slice, reserving a little of the parmesan for garnish.
  • Set aside. Just before serving, heat up broiler again and toast cheese until bubbly.
  • Serve bread in shallow bowls, spooning about 3/4 cup of tomatoes and marinade over each slice, garnishing with remaining parmesan.

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Reviews

  1. MizzNezz
    I can't believe this recipe hasn't been found and reviewed yet. This is so good! I used french bread from the deli and this went together very easily. I let the tomato mixture marinate for 4 hours for maximum flavor. Served this with pasta. Thanks Troy!
     
  2. Elizabeth Fullerton
    This was terrific. I love bruschetta and this was a great recipe. In addition to using the cherry tomato toppings, I also used Gay's recipe for Rosemary White Beans and ate them on top of the bread. Thanks for posting the recipe.
     
  3. annchase60
    I made some to go with some pasta we were having for dinner. We loved it! The only change I made was to use the grape tomatoes sliced, which worked well because they don't squirt you in the eye when you bite into them lol
     
  4. Kristi V
    I made this for Mother's Day and everyone loved it. Very light and full of flavor!
     
  5. mickie49
    Had this for Sunday lunch-really great!!! Used mixture of various types and colors of cherry tomatoes that I roughly chopped. Also used julienned fresh basil instead of rosemary. Had some nice smoked provolone, so used that. Ate it with a knife and fork-wonderful, fresh, summer-like sandwich!!
     
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  1. mickie49
    Had this for Sunday lunch-really great!!! Used mixture of various types and colors of cherry tomatoes that I roughly chopped. Also used julienned fresh basil instead of rosemary. Had some nice smoked provolone, so used that. Ate it with a knife and fork-wonderful, fresh, summer-like sandwich!!
     

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