Google Map 317-508-3845
Banner
banner
<< Back

Bruschetta

Bruschetta

Fresh Brushetta is one of my favorite ways to enjoy good fresh summer tomatoes, basil, and garlic. Toasted French bread with a chunky tomato sauce served on top.

This is one of those recipes that I actually struggle to give the quantities of the different ingredients. I normally just assemble the ingredients and toss them together without following a recipe. Feel free to add or delete more or less of any ingredient as you see fit. I doubt this recipe would be enough for a whole loaf of French bread so you may want to double it if you are serving several people. 2-3 medium tomatoes’ (diced or chopped) *I have used cherry tomatoes’ at times.

2 cloves of garlic (chopped or minced)

¼ cup of virgin olive oil

3-4 Tablespoons of balsamic vinegar

Salt and pepper

Fresh Basil leaves (chopped or julienned)

Grated Parmesan cheese (optional)

1 Loaf of French bread or baguette

Combine tomatoes’, garlic, olive oil, vinegar, salt and pepper. Allow to marinate for about a half hour or so while you are preparing the bread. Slice the bread on an angle, brush one side with melted butter, broil, grill, or toast both sides until brown. Top each slice with the tomato marinade, fresh basil, and parmesan cheese (opt). Best if served right away before the bread gets soggy. Enjoy.

This entry is related to the following products. Click on any of them for more information.
Garlic, Tomato, Basil,

From the Fields of Freedom Valley Farm 8.16.17August 16th, 2017

Hi All,It seems the summer weather has returned the past 2 days. The heat and humidity have been up for sure. I was really getting used to those 80 degree days and really liking the 55 degree mornings

New recipe: Classic RatatouilleAugust 16th, 2017

Olive OilEggplant (1” cubes)Zucchini (1” cubes)Onions (1” cubes)Green Bell Peppers (1” squares)Tomatoes (peeled, seeded, and coarsely cubed) Garlic (peeled and finely chopped)W

New recipe: Grilled Jalapeno PoppersAugust 9th, 2017

Fresh Jalapeno PeppersCheese (cheddar, cream, cheese, or any type that melts well)Bacon (1-slice for each pepper)Toothpicks Cut the top or stem end off the pepper. With a small paring knife clean out

Search recipes

New Payment Option
What's New!

How we do, what we do... 

 

Freedom Valley Farm - Season Extension from Local Growers Guild on Vimeo.