My own recipe, a summertime tradition with all home-grown ingredients. No onions, but uses a couple of herbs not found in a traditional bruschetta. Dicing the tomatoes is the time-consuming part. It is a major hit with friends and family! Serve on toasted Tuscan bread slices or crackers.
Lots of fresh and dried mushrooms simmered with Parmesan cheese and diced tomatoes top toasted baguette rounds for a sophisticated but easy appetizer.
A quick, easy appetizer recipe for game day or a cocktail party. Our deliciously flavored Red Gold® Petite Diced Tomatoes with Garlic & Olive Oil are what make this recipe so quick and simple! All you have to add is fresh basil and grated Parmesan Cheese now that is easy!
Thinly sliced and seasoned eggplant that delivered a light crunch before a meal.
I love the unique and delicate flavor of truffles. This recipe highlights the truffle flavor in a creamy texture spread. The appetizer will fill your home with a lovely aroma and presents well on a platter. Mushroom lovers beware! This appetizer spread can be made ahead and stored in the fridge until you are ready to for your guests.
Enjoy a delicious, new way to serve up the first meal of the day! Juicy strawberries and Johnsonville Breakfast Sausage Patties combine with the fresh flavors of mint and basil to deliver bite-size pieces of perfection.
Slices of baguette are topped with pizza sauce and a chunky bean spread then topped with lemon zest and parsley for quick and tasty party appetizers.
An all-American twist to a classic appetizer.
Unusual but elegant appetizer. Eggplant, tomatoes, and mint with goat cheese sprinkled on top. Makes an excellent addition to Italian or Middle Eastern meal, plus will make your house smell wonderful while cooking.
Bruschetta is an antipasto from Italy consisting of grilled bread rubbed with garlic and topped with tomatoes, olive oil, salt, and pepper. I have many bruschetta recipes but due to my love of artichokes this one had to be shared! Serve with your favorite grilled vegetables or sliced cucumbers. Enjoy.
I can’t guarantee you’ll be able to find Burrata and fresh Black Mission figs, but if you can, you really must give this a try. I’ll tell you right now that there really isn’t a substitute for this heavenly cheese.
I’m not a big fan of bruschetta, but I love this recipe, and so does everyone I’ve made it for! This is just as good as anything from a restaurant. This recipe takes longer the first few times you do it, before you really get the hang of it. It is a bit of work, but trust me, it’s worth it! Most likely, you won’t have leftovers.
This is your typical tomato bruschetta’s cousin! A friend of mine created this masterpiece and it has been a hit with every dinner party. We often have to go out to get more ciabatta. Be careful, as it is very addictive! Serve warm. Enjoy!
Classic tomato and basil bruschetta get a zesty update with old style mustard.
This appetizer is super simple and tasty. Cook the mushrooms while you prepare the toasted bread, and you’ll be serving these up in no time.
This is a fail proof version of bruschetta! They turn out so yummy, I can’t keep them on the plate for more then 15 minutes. When I make this recipe, the pieces don’t see the next day. No Complaints about this recipe!
This bruschetta is really delicious, a little different than the average bruschetta. It always gets devoured around my house, or wherever I take it. The fennel seed really makes the dish.
A slice of toast with a schmear of Burrata is already a beautiful thing, but when you add a nice pinch of Herbes de Provence salt, then a slice of peach brulee, you are talking about a whole new level of beautiful. This is perfect for any kind of entertaining that occurs while fresh peaches are still in season.
Wonderful for an appetizer before a pasta meal and great paired with a glass of Chianti. Feel free to add your own touches to taste!
A delicious and easy appetizer that’s made healthier with whole grain bread, reduced-fat cheese, and less oil.