Servings: eight to ten.
As a starter or on the side, bruschetta is an ideal choice for outdoor entertaining: You can make it in minutes, eat it while mingling, and top it to suit everyone’s tastes. Just start with Basic Bruschetta and top it as you please.
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very good and simple to make!
Really good. I cut the prep time considerably by crushing a clove of garlic into the oil I'm using to brush the bread. Since I'm a garlic fanatic, I also use the garlic oil to season the tomato mixture.
The topping was excellent. My kids loved it and won't eat tomatoes. I just brushed the sliced baguette with olive oil and baked in the oven until crunchy. Also topped with fresh parmesan. Yummy!
The best bruschetta recipe I have tried.
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