Watch: How To Make Classic Bruschetta For A Quick Meal
We are all victims of those untimely hunger pangs or midnight cravings. It is when we take a quick tour of the kitchen to look for food to fix the hunger. We generally resort to chocolate, biscuits, mithai, peanut butter sandwich etc. But what if you find nothing of that sort in your kitchen? Fret not, we have found a solution to that. You can quickly make a hearty plate of bruschetta. Pronounced as ‘brew-sket-ah’, it is an Italian classic dish, popularly enjoyed with wine or during high tea.
Here, we toast bread, with garlic, tomato, basil etc spread on top for flavour and texture. Here, we bring you a classic bruschetta recipe that will instantly tug at your heartstring. This recipe has been shared by celebrity chef Anahita Dhondy on her YouTube channel. Take a look.
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How To Make Classic Bruschetta At Home:
To make the dish, we need tomatoes, basil, garlic, bread, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, salt and pepper.
First, drizzle some olive oil on the bread slices and toast them. Then add chopped tomatoes and basil in a bowl, and drizzle some olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Season with salt and pepper.
Once the bread slices are well-toasted, top them with tomato mixture and serve right away.
Pro tip: “Once the bread is topped with tomato mixture, serve it immediately otherwise it becomes soggy!” writes Chef Anahita Dhondy, along with the post.
Take A Look At The Recipe Here:
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Looks delicious, isn’t it? So, what are you waiting for? Prepare this dish today and enjoy it with friends and family. And yes, you can go as creative as you want with bruschetta topping.
Here we found a chicken bruschetta recipe that will give a desi twist to the classic recipe. This dish is referred to as tandoori chicken bruschetta. Click here for the recipe.
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