Awesome and Easy Hors D’oeuvres – Italian Tomato Bruschetta

Italian Tomato Bruschetta, Photo by BeckyLee620, Flickr commons

Here is a perfect appetizer that is a little classy but so quick and easy to prepare. On top of that, it tastes fantastic and sure to be enjoyed and appreciated by all of your guests. Some of my favorite and most delicious recipes are hidden in simplicity, like this one. If you would like to go directly to the recipe simply scroll down and click on the button that says next page.

The origin of hors doeuvres or appetizers is interesting, They are meant to whet or stimulate the appetite and get one ready for the main course of the meal.

Stimulating the appetite is a balancing act that must at the same time, tantalize but never fill the guest up.

How many times have you filled up during the cocktail hour of a feast and then were too full for the entree?

If you want to make an Italian flavored Hors d’oeuvre, the best and easiest is bruschetta. From the Italian “bruscare” or “to roast over coals” tomato bruschetta is a tantalizing appetizer that is also deceptively simple to prepare.

Here is everything you need to prepare this amazing appetizer. Feel free to print a copy for yourself using the print button belows.

Crusty Italian bread cut into 1/2 inch slices can become a fabulous treat. Drizzle the bread with olive oil and salt on a cookie sheet and pop in the oven at 350 degrees until they get crisp. Top these bits of toast with almost anything you have.

o Diced tomatoes
o Basil
o Oregano
o Garlic
o black olives
o Parmesan cheese
o Prosciutto de Parma

Use any, or all of these ingredients to have a wonderful appetizer. Once, I just brushed my bread with olive oil and some spices and it was lovely.

When choosing an appetizer, think about pairing the choice with the meal itself. A simple steak dinner can be paired with all sorts of appetizers, but keeping it simple will help in the kitchen. A tray of cheeses with good crackers is an oldie, but very enjoyable. Today you can get all sorts of cheeses in local cheese shops that are rare and will bring a bit of mystery to the party.

We hope that you enjoy this Italian Tomato Bruschetta recipe and invite you to share it with your friends on social media. You may also want to take advantage of the many other delicious recipes available for you here on Recipe Corral.

Source: Article By Fran Valle

Fran Valle is partners with her sister, Sharon Grey and their friend Mary Meade in DinnerSmith; the first meal prep studio in Maplewood, New Jersey. Every day the three women dedicate themselves to bringing together fresh ingredients, cutting-edge recipes and the work space necessary for their friends and neighbors to quickly prepare as many delicious dinners as they need for that week or for that month. Visit dinnersmith.com

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