This is a recipe that you must use fresh tomatoes so one would assume the season would be summer however, this is a tasty year-round comfort dish. The best classic bruschetta recipe I often call Italian Salsa and what you will find on this post today.
The Best Classic Bruschetta Recipe
Bruschetta is an antipasto from Italy consisting of grilled bread rubbed with garlic and topped with various fresh ingredients like olives, tomatoes, peppers, and herbs. This is why I call Bruschetta an Italian Salsa. Using toasted bread instead of corn chips making it an amazing appetizer or even meal. In this post, I use fresh ingredients including herbs you can grow year-round in-home or garden. I hope you take advantage of the print option on this post.
Trust me.. this recipe will become a favorite you will use year-round. In the photos today we are enjoying a winters evening staying cozy indoors. I harvest garlic, basil, parsley and a few peppers from my home greenhouse garden for this treat.
FRESH is Best
Below are a few photos from the kitchen including tips on whipping this up easy and tasty!
An amazing bottle of Balsamic Vinaigrette that you could drink it tastes so smooth and amazing was used in today’s recipe. This bottle is from Zingermans but I have found it on Amazon. Check out the Aceto Balsamico Di Moderna by Giuseppe Giusti on Amazon.
Sometimes I enjoy just adding this Vinegar to my greens from the garden.
I share a similar recipe using zucchini boats on my site. Be sure to check this one out when the zucchini squash is ready to be harvest in your home garden.
I would love to hear if you used this Bruschettarecipe or just made it this far on my post today. If you are reading this you HAVE TO comment on the post or reach out to me on my contact page. Interested in seeing new recipes as they arrive in my kitchen and garden? You will want to subscribe to my Creative Living and Growing Newsletter.
Happy Bruschetta Making,