A popular Italian snack or appetizer, bruschetta combines garlic-rubbed, grilled bread with toppings that include olive oil, red pepper, tomato, and cheese. Perhaps the most popular spin on the Italian bruschetta stars basil, fresh mozzarella, and tomato.
Surprise your guests with this quick appetizer recipe that combines cheese and fresh strawberries on a lightly toasted baguette.
French bread slices are topped with garlic butter and a fresh tomato-basil topper for this grilled appetizer.
For make-ahead convenience, toast the bread and store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 24 hours. Simply prepare the topping and you have a quick appetizer.
Pick your favorite quick-and-easy bruschetta topping from the four delicious options provided or serve them all at your next party. The make-ahead directions will help with advance planning.
In traditional Italian panzanella, the bread is in the salad. In this recipe, the salad serves as a delicious topping for pita chips.
Thinly slice a baguette-style French bread loaf for these bruschetta (broo-SHEH-tah) appetizers. Toast the bread slices and top with a mixture of crabmeat, shrimp, and tomatoes tossed in a lemony herb and garlic sauce.
Shine a spotlight on summer's juiciest tomatoes by slicing and spreading them out on ricotta-topped toasts.
For these healthy appetizers, arugula adds a twist to the traditional Italian pine nut pesto.
Top toasted baguette slices with light and fluffy ricotta cheese and roasted asparagus for a crowd-pleasing vegetarian appetizer.
Bruschetta isn't just about tomatoes and mozzarella. Try this twist that calls for mushrooms, onions and fennel.
Serve this appetizer or dessert fruit bruschetta when strawberries are in season.
Almost everything for this appetizer can be made ahead. Assemble and heat the bruschetta just before serving. Then relax.
Toast the bread ahead of serving time to make this appetizer recipe even faster to assemble.
For a vibrant, vegetarian appetizer, top baguette slices with soft cheeses and a mint-pea spread.