Bruschetta recipe

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 Many variations of the bruschetta recipe

Bruschetta is a typical Italian starter (also called antipasti). It consists of

 a large slice of warm toast (baguette), usually rubbed with garlic, drizzled 

with olive oil, and garnished with tomatoes and basil. So much for the classic

 step-by-step bruschetta recipe with short preparation time. 


          Gluten-free-Garlic-tomato- herbs 

       ⚜️ There are many variations of bruschetta recipes.

            From the mozzarella and pesto bruschetta, which remains

            typically transalpine, to the pineapple and ham on the bone 

            bruschetta, which offers an interesting sweet/savory mix, to the

            Parisian-style bruschetta, made, of course, with ham, mushrooms, 

            butter, and blue cheese, you are spoilt for choice! Bruschetta is an easy

            and practical recipe that can be used as an appetizer or a complete 

            dish. Simple to make, very popular, Italian bruschetta is not lacking 

            in ideas to get noticed. With Envie De Bien Manger, discover the 

            best bruschetta recipes to brighten up your meals, brunches, and 

           appetizers and can be accompanied by a few leaves of green 

           salad or soup

    ⚜️Bruschettas with the flavors of the South

  ✔️Among the fifteen or so bruschetta recipes to note urgently on your recipe book, Envie De Bien Manger has selected warm Italian recipes. As easy to cook like your favorite pasta recipes, these bruschettas will make you want Italy... With their quick preparation and ingredients from the Mediterranean coast, they are great in the kitchen and at the table!

✔️Authentic, such as the Sicilian bruschetta or the Primavera bruschetta with green olives and mozzarella, without forgetting salt and pepper, these recipes inspired by Italy are based on choice ingredients that will be enhanced by a drizzle of olive oil. Roasted tomatoes and ricotta or slices of Parma ham, mozzarella (or Parmesan), and peppers are comfortably settled on a nice slice of country bread ready to be crunched. Sometimes sweet and salty, these bruschettas like to mix the taste of fruit with that of vegetables, cheese, or cold cuts, like the melon and bell pepper bruschetta on a bed of Ricotta or the fig bruschetta with Parma ham and mozzarella, you can also add a clove of garlic and rub it against the bread or some copy of parmesan. Delicioso!

    ⚜️The original bruschettas without meat

  ✔️These inspired bruschetta recipes have one thing in common: no meat in their preparation. From the dried tomato, arugula, and Rondelé walnut of Dordogne bruschetta to the cream, pear, and saffron Société bruschetta to the grilled vegetable and Emmental bruschetta, all are suitable for a vegetarian diet! Why not invent your own? It's up to you to combine the ingredients to create your homemade bruschetta, with or without meat! All you need is a nice slice of gourmet bread, and off you go a slice of grilled eggplant or zucchini and goat's cheese, a spoonful of mascarpone and a clove of garlic, and some salt.

     🚩Ingredients : 

        for 02 to 04 person  

  •    ✔️4 slice(s) of raw ham
  •    ✔️Salad
  •    ✔️1 Mozzarella
  •    ✔️Basil
  •    ✔️2 tablespoon(s) of olive oil
  •    ✔️Pepper
  •    ✔️Salt
  •    ✔️2 cloves of garlic
  •    ✔️1 Onion
  •    ✔️3 Tomato
  •    ✔️4 slice(s) of Bread

        🚩Instructions :

  1. Start by peeling, cutting, and slicing the onion. Heat a tablespoon of olive

     oil in a frying pan and sauté the onion until it turns golden brown.

 2. On the other hand, rinse and then cut the ripe tomatoes into

     cubes before adding them to the pan with the onions.

 3. Add the basil leaves and the first of the two minced garlic cloves, then 

     add salt and pepper to the preparation of your pesto tomato coulis.

 4. Simmer the sauce over low heat for 20 minutes for good cooking, then

      remove from the heat

 5. Then proceed to the next step. Preheat the oven to 180 °C. 

      Choose bread according to your taste. This recipe is of Italian origin and 

      can be made with bread, farmhouse bread, baguette, etc.

 6.  Toast the small bread slices and rub the other garlic clove on the

      toasted bread while it is still warm. You can use a grill instead of an oven

      if you are outdoors.

 7. Then pour a large tablespoon of tomato coulis on the slices of bread, 

      then cover with slices of mozzarella.

 8. Add a little fresh basil to the toast. Sprinkle with a little Galbani 

       Parmesan cheese if you are a big fan of cheese. The idea is to have 

       a kind of red pesto to accompany your mini sandwiches.

  9. Leave the toasts in the oven for 5 to 10 minutes (remove them as soon 

       as the cheese has melted and slightly browned) to have a roasted effect.

 10. Place the salad on a plate. Make an emulsion with a tablespoon of oil 

        and a little vinegar to season the salad.

  11. Next, cut the cured ham or chorizo into small rolls and spread them on

        the iceberg or mesclun or rocket.

 12.  Last step: to add a little crunch to your dish, put some walnuts in

        yoursalad. Once the accompaniment is finished, place the Italian-style

        bruschettas and enjoy it.

 13.  The Italian culinary art is home to many flavors that the world never tires

       of discovering. Here is one of the gourmet bruschetta recipes that

       come straight from the most traditional kitchens of the Peninsula. 

       Usually served as a starter or as an aperitif, this Italian style 

       bruschetta will be perfect for your evening meals.

 14. To prepare a bruschetta the Italian way, you will need to devote about 

     an hour of your time. This easy cooking recipe is within the reach of 

     beginners who wish to discover the flavor of a good homemade starter.

         🚩 Tips :

                             Tips and Tricks

         ✔️If you are vegetarian, this recipe is best with a meatless Bolognese sauce.

        ✔️To make this recipe vegetarian, simply peel the garlic and onion before 

              slicing them finely

        ✔️Then sear them in a frying pan with a little olive oil.

        ✔️On the other hand, plunge the ripe tomatoes into boiling salted water 

              for 20 seconds before putting them in cold water.

  ✔️This trick allows you to peel and seed them without difficulty. Mix until you obtain a smooth and fluid cream for your coulis.

                                                           Enjoy it...Bon appetit

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