In Australia we tend to think of Bruschetta (an Italian antipasto) as being bread covered with tomatoes. Whilst tomatoes are often involved, Bruschetta is the garlic and olive oil rubbed grilled bread itself. You can then top it with a wide range of meats and vegetables.
This is my NoRecipe lazy way of making Bruschetta topped with tomatoes, basil, parsley, flash pickled onion and cheese. I have used an amazing Italian washed-rind soft cheese called Taleggio (Mozzarella di Bufala would go a treat too) and red, yellow and purple cherry tomatoes.
- Earlier in the day to give it time to work, dice the brown onion and put it in a bowl of vinegar (I used apple cider vinegar and the method is here).
- Rough chop the tomatoes, basil and parsley.
- Drain the onions and mix them into the chopped ingredients.
- Lightly grill the bread and smear with garlic infused olive oil.
- Cover the bread with the the chopped ingredients and slices of cheese.
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