Bruschetta is a classic appetizer in Italian cuisine. The distinctive feature of this sandwich – the slices of bread to fry it (for example, on the grill or in a skillet without oil), drizzled with olive oil and rubbed with garlic. To prepare bruschetta are ideal such types of bread, like a baguette or ciabatta, reports Bagnet.
Italian chef Sara Fioroni argues that one of the most traditional methods of cooking bruschetta doesn’t even include tomatoes. Ready for this incredibly simple recipe?
The base recipe for Italian bruschetta
Slice the baguette or other good bread. Bake in the oven until it becomes slightly crispy.
Sprinkle each slice a large amount of high quality olive oil and sprinkle with coarse salt.
Delicious bread – the perfect “pillow” for a fragrant olive oil. A mouthful of a piece, you just can’t stop.
Making this version, you can move on to the next.
Recipe bruschetta with tomato and Basil
To prepare bruschetta with tomatoes, slice fresh tomatoes and put them in a bowl. Add fresh Basil leaves, torn with hands, a few drops of olive oil, salt and pepper.
Slice the baguette and fry until slightly crisp.
RUB each slice with raw garlic cloves, but don’t overdo it.
Put on top a spoonful of the tomato mixture and serve.