Servings: 6 to 8
Inviting guests to create their own custom toasts is a great way to get a party started. Prepare toppings ahead of time (some can be prepped up to 5 days ahead), and then grill or broil the bread at the last minute. Put all the components on the kitchen counter or an outdoor table, and let guests assemble their own.
Balsamic glaze is stocked in the supermarket near the vinegars; if you can’t find it you can make your own by simmering 1 cup balsamic vinegar with 6 Tbs. brown sugar, stirring often, until it’s reduced by between one-third
and one-half of its original volume, about 2 minutes.
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For the pickled red onions, how much water? I can't seem to find this in the recipe, though instructions call for.
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