Bruschetta is a starter dish. It is prepared with garlic bread and topped with some vegetables, beans, cured meat, or cheese and tomatoes. In the 15th century, bruschetta was invented in Italy. It is a traditional dish of Tuscan. The Tuscan loaf is used in bruschetta. You will be amazed to know that this detectable dish has made the record in the famous world book genius record.
This dish is very famous in the world. It is a very light and simple dish. It served as an appetizer and party meal as well. You can see different colors in the dish. Veggies give a very great appearance to the dish. It is a kind of half sandwich. The crispy texture can never be ignored and the juicy veggies as well.
As we all that veggies too good for the health and with serving ti with a crispy bread take to next level. In the Neopolitan time, there were no tomatoes so this dish was served with tomatoes. But the passage of time new ingredients were added to the recipe.
How to make Bruschetta
It is crispy bread with a delicious topping on it. The topping is a mixture of fresh veggies. The dish can be present as lunch and appetizer.
- Take the bread and cut it into two half pieces from the center.
- Cut the garlic cloves.
- Take the pieces of bread.
- Rub-down the garlic and sprinkle olive oil on the bread.
- Cook it into the oven for 5 mins.
For mushroom and garlic topping:
- Take a pan.
- Add the butter, oil, garlic, and cook it.
- Add mushrooms, chopped chilies, and fry it.
- Then add the salt and pepper and cook it
For tomato and basil topping:
- Take a bowl.
- Add chopped tomatoes, chopped basil, salt, pepper, olive oil. Mix it well.
- Take a serving plate.
- Place the bread.
- Add topping on it.
- Bruschetta is ready!
Serving Size 1
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories 39.6
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat 1.1g2%
- Saturated Fat 0.3g2%
- Cholesterol 0.6mg1%
- Sodium 87.3mg4%
- Potassium 28.4mg1%
- Total Carbohydrate 6.1g3%
- Dietary Fiber 0.4g2%
- Protein 1.5g3%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.