Bruschetta: an Italian tradition

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Do not panic: Bruschetta is coming!

Your friends are coming to your door and you don’t know what to do? Would you like to prepare a dish that everybody can enjoy while watching TV? Your kids are always hungry?
No problem! You can always count on the Italian Bruschetta!
Easy and quick to prepare, it’s known in every part of Italy and abroad. It’s a magic dish that can save you in many critical situations.
In this article we present the classic version with olives and oregano. We recommend to eat Bruschetta while is still warm, accompanying it with a glass of red or white dry wine.

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Ingredients for 2 Bruschette:

  • Tomatoes 200 g
  • Bread 120 g
  • Oregano   2 teaspoons
  • Salt  (2 pinches for each Bruschetta)
  • Extra virgin olive oil   2 tablespoons
  • Olives

 

Directions

Cut the slices of bread, thick enough to keep other ingredients over their surface. Then put the slices into the oven to make them become crispy. In the meanwhile cut thin tomato slices.

When the bread is ready – after 3/5 minutes 160 c° (but you can make it crispy as you like) – is time to lay tomatoes, oregan and keep it warm in the oven for 1/2 minutes.

Then you can put your Bruschetta into a dish and pour a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil, salt, olives. The oregan can be also added at last.

Note: the kind of Extra virgin olive oil and different olive types can change the taste your bruschetta. So we suggest you to use high quality products only.

Zutaten für 2 Bruschetta

  • Tomaten 200 g
  • Brot 120 g
  • Oregano 2 Teelöffel
  • Salzes (2 kneift für jede Bruschetta)
  • Extra natives Olivenöl 2 EL
  • Olives

 

See you to the next dish!

Anna Mila and Brian G.B. Tonelli

You can find the best ingredients on

www.italianfoodjoy.com for EU countries

www.italianfoodjoy.de fur D und AT

 

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