Tomato Bruschetta

"A simple yummy addition to a cozy Italian-themed supper, or great all by itself for a snack."
 
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Ready In:
25mins
Ingredients:
6
Serves:
8-10
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ingredients

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directions

  • Brush each slice of bread with oil, a sprinkle of garlic and place on a baking sheet.
  • Place under the broiler until just golden.
  • Add a slice of tomato and sprinkle with mozzarella and basil.
  • Broil until it begins to turn brown.
  • Serve and enjoy!

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Reviews

  1. pinkpeppercorns
    I have always loved bruschetta. This version certainly hit the bill. I used a beautiful sourdough straight out of the oven from the bread bakery just up the street. I also used really fresh mozzarella, which can be a challenge to grate, so I just used slices. Also used whole basil leaves tucked under the tomato. I served it with a bit of balsamic vinegar on the side as a dipping sauce. Yum! I could eat these every day. I do believe, though, that the freshest ingredients REALLY make the bruschetta shine.
     
  2. mmsanchez09
    Absolutely wonderful recipe! I added balsamic vinegar, and chopped up the tomatoes. I only added about a tsp. of the onion, and Italian blended cheeses instead of mozzarella. Excellent.
     
  3. yamakarasu
    Quick and easy (especially in the toaster oven) and very tasty! I love the addition of fresh garlic. I didn't have fresh basil (had to use dry) but I will get some next time just for this recipe! Thanks!
     
  4. ncmysteryshopper
    Great bruschetta recipe! This is the perfect medium for fresh-from-the-garden tomatoes and basil. I used slices of tomatoes as directed but added a fresh whole basil leaf to each instead of chopping. They were beautiful after the cheese had melted. These are perfect to serve guests or to just eat as a snack. We loved them! Thanks Cynna! – July 10, 2006 UPDATE: I have made these again using Kittencal’s Soft Baguette recipe that was stuffed with provolone cheese – this really kicked the bruschetta up a notch! If you are a cheese lover, you may want to try this option. I also put baby spinach leaves under the tomato this second time around…. Still just a fabulous bruschetta!
     
  5. Jellyqueen
    I guess I knew the minute I saw this recipe, that there was just no way to go wrong with it!!! Great recipe!!
     
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