Bruschetta

I love this simple appetizer. Perfect while waiting for the barbecue. Delicious!

Bruschetta, as an appetizer for 2 people

1 crusty baguette, about 20 cm long

2 tomatoes

fresh basil, half a bunch

1 clove of garlic

olive oil

salt and white pepper

Cut the baguette in slices and put them on a baking tray. Drizzle some olive oil on each slice. Peel the garlic and cut it in half length wise, and rub the clove over the bread to give it a hint of garlic. Toast in oven for 7-10 minutes in 200 degrees. Meanwhile, chop the tomatoes and the basil, mix together and pour in some olive oil, season. When the bread is toasted, put a spoonful of the tomato mixture on each slice, be generous, but make sure you don’t put the juice on the bread (use a strainer if you want) as it goes soggy. Enjoy immediately!

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