Bruschetta is a dish originally from Italy served as an appetizer or snack, which is quickly prepared with fresh vegetables and herbs such as basil or rosemary. More exactly, bread cut into thin slices, fried in the oven, and flavored with simple basic ingredients such as garlic and olive oil.
The recipe for bruschettas with tomatoes and fresh basil is one of the most consumed and prepared recipes. It is easy to make and only good to eat for breakfast or lunch with the main course.
Easy tips for improving any bruschetta recipe
If you can, toast the bread on the grill. The smoke from the grill will give the bread a flavor and will be much crispier.
As soon as you remove the bread from the grill, grease each slice with a clove of peeled garlic. Melt the garlic on the warm bread and you will make the authentic bruschetta recipe.
For bruschettas with tomatoes, use the most fragrant and tasty tomatoes.
Before preparing the bruschettas, leave the tomatoes at room temperature, do not store them in the refrigerator. After cooling, the tomatoes are no longer as fragrant.
- 10 small bread slices
- 2 tomatoes
- 1 clove of garlic
- olive oil
- fresh basil
- The bread is browned a little in the oven, and the tomatoes are peeled and cut into small cubes
- Grease the browned bread with a clove of garlic, as desired on both sides, or you can grind the garlic and put it on the bread
- Add a little olive oil on the slices of garlic bread, add the diced tomatoes and basil. Add salt and pepper to taste