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Tomato, Basil & Mozzarella Bruschetta
This classic bruschetta is a refreshing starter dish. However, it often turns into an entrée portion because of how many you'll want to eat. Bruschetta is an Italian antipasto which typically starts with a delightful foundation of a toasted or grilled baguette. This tomato, basil and mozzarella combination also brings together the elements of garlic, olive oil and balsamic vinegar to create a masterpiece of flavor in every bite.
PREP TIME: 15 Minutes COOK TIME: 15 Minutes
BRUSCHETTA BASE INGREDIENTS:
SERVES 10: 384 Calories per Serving
TIPS: A 16 ounce block of mozzarella cheese cuts nicely into long rectangular 1/4" thick slices. When these rectangular cheese wedges are cut in half, they turn into squares that fit quite well onto the baguette pieces.
NOTE: The end pieces of the Roma tomatoes and bread are not used for this recipe, but feel free to keep and incorporate them into another dish.
FRENCH BAGUETTE: If you'd like to make your own bread, check out our recipe. Click Here!
SPECIAL THANKS TO: O-L!VE & CO for introducing us to their delightful cold pressed extra virgin oil. It was used in our yummy recipe. If you're looking for this brand, their website has an easy-to-use store locator at http://www.o-liveandco.com/store-locator/.