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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!!!!

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?
<p>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.</p>
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.
<p>Thank you for the wonderful tip.</p>
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.
<p>They look lovely and Healthy. sure going to try these</p>
<p>Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing.</p>
You are welcome?

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