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Sometimes simple is best! These have lots of flavor and are easy to eat since they don't get messy.
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fresh basil leaves
, finely chopped
Slice baguette into 1/2" slices on an angle.
Pour olive oil into a shallow bowl, like a small cereal bowl.
Dip each slice into the olive oil and place on a cookie sheet.
Holding your hand very high, dust a tiny amount of kosher salt over the bruschetta. (Better to skip this step then to do too much. I would skip this step also if you only have regular table salt.).
Cut the roma tomatoes in quarters and remove all of the seeds. Then dice them into 1/4" pieces.
Sprinkle the diced tomato on the bruschetta. There should be no more than 4-5 pieces of tomato on each.
Put no more than 2-3 pieces of basil on each bruschetta.
Dust each piece with shredded parmesan cheese if desired.
Broil for just a minute or two, watching carefully. They can go from just right to burnt in a flash!
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