Hmm… Bruschetta… When I’ve been in Rome, Italy we ate sooo many Bruschettas! I have to admit that we had the best Bruschettas not in a typical italian restaurant, but in the Hard Rock Cafe in Rome. It tasted just sooooooooo good!
So… after a few months… finally I make my own ones. Actually I didn’t use Ciabatta – the real Italian bread – ’cause we just don’t have it here in our little shop in our village. I just used an other pretty similar bread. But try it with Ciabatta and with some real GOOD olive oil of Italy! You’ll love it!
- 700 gr tomatoes
- 2 big onions
- 5 garlics
- sea salt
- olive oil
- 1 Ciabatta (italian bread)
How to do it
- Cut the tomatoes and onions in small pieces (dices) and mix in a bowl.
- Press 3 of the garlics and give also into the mixture.
- Spice with sea salt and pepper – set aside for a couple of minutes and fill in some olive oil.
- Cut the Ciabatta into pieces, spread with olive oil and garlic and bake for ca. 6-8 mins. in the 200°C preheated oven.
- Cut the basilicum and also add to the mixture. Mix everything and after baking the breads put some of the mixture on every slice.