27 April 2011

Bruschetta

An impromptu snack 
I had half a baguette (a thin loaf of french bread) lying around and a quick snack was needed. So vegetables were chopped up, bread was sliced and bruschetta was made!!!
This is such an easy snack to make and serves well as an appetizer too with variations to the toppings depending on whatever you have on hand and is ready to serve in ten minutes....
Here's what you do...
  -slice up the bread, on the diagonal, into 1/2 inch thick slices,
  -chop up a few tomatoes, spring onions, basil and coriander.
  -mix them all together with a few tablespoons of olive oil and some salt.
  -can add strips of cheese slices on top, if you like.
  -grill them in a hot oven for a couple of minutes.
  -ready to go!!!!
You can omit the last step, but I like it crispy.
Here's the mixture.....


3 comments:

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  2. Congrats, Samira!!! And thanks....:)))

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  3. My mother used to make salads like these when we were kids - finely chopped onions + tomatoes + cucumbers + anything else (spinach/methi/radish/etc) with lime juice, salt and pepper - throw in some croutons and it's YUMMY !!!

    I just made some for dinner (inspired by this post of your's !) - fresh food with grilled burgers - mmmm !!!

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