It’s pronounced BRUSKETTA.
I know this because I had to Google it.
There is no Wizard behind the curtain here; I have no secrets.
Especially when I came up with this recipe a few weeks ago for my friend Rebecca’s birthday.
I was at the Jewel (a local grocery chain) looking for “fun food” to serve for our bi-annual birthday lunch.
Note- that sounded fancy didn’t it? Don’t picture pinkies up with tea and biscuits. Think mac and cheese and ranch flavored Pringles.
So I was thinking that Bruschetta sounded kind of yummy. Especially since I had never had it before.
AGAIN NO WIZARD/CURTAIN.
I came up with what I thought would be in Bruschetta because of what I had seen on TV.
I wish I were making this up.
So I was in the Jewel and picked up the following items:
- toasted bread rounds
- pico de gallo (the Jewel doesn’t have spicy pico; apparently real Bruschetta needs tomatoes and this was my lazy way of adding them)
I had Parmesan at home as well as olive oil. I didn’t do basil because I am not a huge fan of basil but you can add it to yours because I feel like you might be.
I love that you can buy this because I eat it plain. Or with soup. Or as a replacement for chips in a dip.
Brush your olive oil onto the tops of the toasts.
Top the toasts with the non-spicy Pico.
Or spicy, it’s up to you.
Sprinkle some Parmesan cheese on top. I love that I can get this at Aldi for SO MUCH less than anywhere else.
I sprinkle some salt on the top and you have BRUSKETTA.
Look at you making a fancy appetizer!
This is a no-judgment zone.
- 1 package of Bruschetta toasted rounds
- 1 pound of fresh tomato salsa (pico de gallo)
- Parmesan cheese to taste
- Salt and pepper
- Olive oil for brushing
- Place your bruschetta rounds on a serving platter; take a brush and brush olive oil on each individual round. Top with pico de gallo, parmesan, salt, and pepper. Serve immediately.
18 thoughts on “Bruschetta That’s Easier to Make Than it is to Pronounce”
never imagined a dish like this could be so easy thanks so much for sharing now i can take credit for such a great dish and do it the easy way
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That is such an awesome idea for an appetizer! I love how there was no prep by using pre-chopped veggies. Thanks for the inspiration!
I am terrible at chopping tomatoes so I love this!
That was easy and I love easy. AND YES I LOVE BASIL. Pioneer woman hooked me on that. Btw: my husband enjoyed your lasagna recipe. I slipped that one in over the holidays. I tried to share the pin for the crockpot turkey I made over thanksgiving and for some reason Pinterest wasn’t allowing me to pull u up to share the pin. I’ll try again later. HAPPY NEW YEAR to you and all your loved ones!!! ?
Ooh I’m so happy he loved it!
Happy New Year, my friend!!
BRUSKETTA…Lol! I’m so glad you googled it because I’ve always said it wrong. It looks amazing, though, and I can’t wait to try it! Thanks for linking up at Funtastic Friday!
I am so glad I am not alone. 🙂 Thank you for having me!
I love how yummy it looks. I’ve been making it for breakfast for years and never knew it had such a fancy name. Always learning something new. Pinning because of the fancy name. 😉
I love that you have been making this for breakfast! And I adore that you are pinning it because of the fancy name. You are my blog soul mate.
This looks great! Thanks for linkin’ up with What’s Cookin’ Wednesday!
Thank you for having me, Karly!
This looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing at Party in Your PJs!
So yummy and easy to make! Thank you for having me!
I do love bruschetta and I just found out that I’ve been pronouncing it wrong for years! Thank you for sharing your recipe with us at Party in Your PJs. Pinned for later and shared.
Same here lol! Thank you for hosting!
It looks simply delicious! Thanks for sharing at the What’s for Dinner party!
So delicious AND easy to make! 🙂