Brushetta Toasts

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Introduction: Brushetta Toasts

Very simple and refreshing toast.

Make it for cocktail parties, as a small snack between meals, or just like that.

It uses very few ingredients , non fatty and packed with nutrition.

Step 1: Ingredients:

1 Bread- baguette bread(that long pariser bread....) if available

few cloves garlic

1 large tomato

1 small onion

herbs of your choice, basil or thyme go well.

green chillies if you have demanding taste buds

salt and pepper

Step 2: Prepare....

slice the bread into thick slices( around2/3 inch) and arrange them flat on a baking tray.

slice the garlic clove into half and with the help of a fork rub the cut end on the bread slices( see picture).

Now bake for 5 -10 min at 180C till the toast turns brownish and the whole kitchen is encased in a wonderful aroma.

Step 3: Getting the Sales Done

In the meanwhile chop the tomato and the onion very fine. Toss in a few herbs -if fresh chop them first.

salt and pepper as per taste.

Your salsa is ready.

Step 4: Finally!

After getting the toasted bread to cool splat on each slice a spoonful of salsa.

BRUSHETTA TOAST is ready!!!!

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    Looks good! I have to chime in with my Italian lesson because this word is almost always mispronounced and/or misspelled. It's BRUSCHETTA, and pronounced Brew-sketta or if you wanna add some zest Brew-shketta. The key is the hard C... Ch in Italian is a hard C like Cat. Think Zucchini. I won't say zoosheeny if you don't say brooshetta, deal?

    My old Sicilian neighbour pronounces it as brut-chetta with a 'ch' as in Charlie but you are right the rest of Iltalians have the half K in there.

    I have a good tip for any bruschetta or other toasted bread snacks... Try lightly brushing the tops of your slices with olive oil before toasting, you'll get that nice coloring and a little added flavor and texture. Awesome on the grill too, brush with oil, get some nice grill marks on em, add topping and yum.

    Thank you for the wonderful tip.

    I have a good tip for any bruschetta or other toasted bread snacks... Try lightly brushing the tops of your slices with olive oil before toasting, you'll get that nice coloring and a little added flavor and texture. Awesome on the grill too, brush with oil, get some nice grill marks on em, add topping and yum.

    They look lovely and Healthy. sure going to try these

    Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing.