Recipe: Yummy My version of Bruschetta

My version of Bruschetta. This is my version of Bruschetta. You can customize this to anything you like! It's always a great appetizer or first dish I post every Saturday!

My version of Bruschetta Today's Recipe is Italian appetizer Bruschetta Recipe. Bruschetta is a classic appetizer in Italy. Bruschetta, which are slices of toasted, rustic bread topped with simple ingredients, started out as a simple peasant snack for field workers, but today is an appetizer found in most Italian restaurants. You can have My version of Bruschetta using 8 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of My version of Bruschetta

  1. Prepare 3 tbsp of Olive oil.
  2. It's 1/4 of cucumber.
  3. You need 1/4 of tomato 🍅.
  4. You need 1 of small spoon preserved lemon 🍋.
  5. It's 1 tbsp of onion.
  6. It's of Salt.
  7. You need of Pepper.
  8. You need 2-3 of sliced of bread 🥖.

The most famous version of bruschetta is topped with chopped tomatoes, olive oil, salt. Authentic Italian Bruschetta is a classic appetizer that people absolutely love. Learn all the little tricks for making the perfect bruschetta. My recipe today comes from my dear friend Becky who is currently living in beautiful Naples, Italy.

My version of Bruschetta step by step

  1. Dice tomato, cucumber, preserved lemon, and onion..
  2. Mix well with olive oil, pepper and salt..
  3. Toast sliced bread and spread olive oil on them..
  4. Place the mixed vegetables on the bread, enjoy!.

When Becky sent me this recipe I jumped for joy. Guinness-worthy versions Italian variants of bruschetta include versions served with zucchini, eggplant, mushrooms, bell peppers and many different kids of cheeses, which can either be sprinkled or spread onto the bread. True gourmands may enjoy a bit of shaved truffle from Alba, if it's in season. Glad I didn't because the balsamic drizzle brought just the perfect balance of acidity to this bruschetta. This Yummy Homemade Bruschetta Is Quick, Simple And Perfect For Any Party!