The Real Italian Bruschetta

The Real Italian Bruschetta created by bonitabanana

we lived in naples italy for 3 years and are actually going back for 3 more. here is the authentic bruschetta recipe, guaranteed to be a huge hit.

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  • chop roma tomatoes, red onion, and garlic put into medium sized bowl, set aside in food processor chop the basil until very fine, add to tomato mixture.
  • add red wine vinegar and oil, and salt/pepper and mix well.
  • let sit.
  • meanwhile grill/ or broil bread until just toasted.
  • serve and watch the eyes of your guests get dreamy over the unique taste of this great dish.
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  1. tfoerstner1
    This is a fabulous recipe. I live in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and our favorite restaurant is Giovanni's. Their bruschetta is the best I have ever eaten, even when in Italy. Your recipe is the closest I have found to replicating the taste of Giovanni's. Va Bene !
  2. tfoerstner1
    Not originally but we have made it so many times now that I have played with it ever so slightly. I have incorporated two changes - 1. substitute 2-3 shallots for the red onions giving it a richer taste and 2. I now use 1/4 cup regular wine vinegar and 1/4 cup fig infused red wine vinegar. The hint of sweet and the flavour of the figs adds a subtle but enjoyable nuance.
  3. bonitabanana
    The Real Italian Bruschetta Created by bonitabanana
  4. Jazz Lover
    This bruschetta is absolutely delicious!
  5. nikisabadgirl
    This recipe is excellent. I topped it with grilled chicken and mozzarella, threw it under the broiler until it just browned and it was a huge success. My friend (who doesn't eat tomatoes OR onions) ate the whole serving.
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