Bruschetta is such an easy appetizer and it’s so delicious! I recommend using Roma tomatoes – they keep their shape and freshness longer than most varieties. Be sure to seed them well so that the bread doesn’t’ become soggy with the added moisture. I admit I cheat by buying prepared garlic from the produce department – it’s already minced and ready to go.
These also make a great open-faced lunch sandwich. Just cut the bread on a steeper diagonal for a larger slice. Also add some parmesan cheese or mozzarella for protein. Don’t have a grill? Make these under the broiler and use organic olive oil spray instead of brushed on olive oil to save calories.
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