Warm pear, walnut and gorgonzola cheese bruschetta

One of the greatest pleasures in life is food, but it's an even bigger pleasure to see your guests enjoying your food. Get off the ground with a great starter, savory and tasty, to surprise and delight your guests, cooking for them! This bruschetta with pear, gorgonzola cheese and walnut is a traditional homestyle starter, perfect for any informal situation.

Ingredients

  • pear 100 grams williams
  • mini baguette 200 grams french loaf
  • gorgonzola cheese 100 grams
  • walnut 100 grams

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Information
15 minutes Total time
10 minutes Active time
Serves 4 persons
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Preparation

Cut your French loaf into slices. Peel for your pear into thin slices. Toast your bread and arrange a slice of pear over it. Add a cube of gorgonzola cheese: a small cube is enough, consider that it will melt quickly! Grind a handful for walnut kernels, then sprinkle them over the bruschetta. Bake for 10 minutes at 180°C.

Tips
In order to enjoy this starter at its best, we suggest to uncork a bottle of sparkling Pinot Rosa, a nice wine from Italy.
Trivia
Even if according to the tradition the Gorgonzola cheese comes from the homonymous  town nearby Milano, it seems that its rooted in Pastura di Valassina, another Italian town where, due to the presence of some natural caves, this cheese can mature throughout the whole year.

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