Mediterranean bruschetta

Knowing how to make each meal inviting, cooking something different and yet still tasty every day regardless of the type of meal, and avoiding monotony – the worst ingredient as far as good eating is concerned. These are all fundamental. That's why we suggest you try bruschetta: quick and tasty, the kind of thing that makes your mouth water as soon as you see them. Mediterranean bruschetta are perfect when you feel hungry even in the middle of the afternoon, or as a starter to an unforgettable dinner. You only need a few good quality ingredients to satisfy your hunger: delicious tomatoes, bread, and black olives and your dining table will straightaway look irresistible.

Ingredients

  • anchovies
  • garlic
  • capers
  • basil
  • almonds
  • black olives
  • tomatoes fresh
  • bread

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Information
10 minutes Total time
Serves 4 persons
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Preparation

Coarsely chop by hand the anchovies, capers, almonds and mix with some crushed garlic. Stone the salted black olives and cut into slices. Dice the tomato finely and mix with the rest of the ingredients. Serve on a toasted baguette.

Tips
You can even enrich your wonderful Mediterranean bruschetta by adding salt and extra virgin olive oil.
Trivia
According to some, the history of bruschetta starts in ancient history, during which time the food was served on trays without the use the modern-day plates and crockery.

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