When entertaining a few friends or simply serving lunch time mouthfuls to the crowd, these Roasted Tomato and Onion Bruschetta bites are the bomb!
Delicious and scrumptious, sweet roasted tomatoes and caramelised onion makes for a mouthwatering toasty bruschetta topping.
Roasted Tomato and Onion Bruschetta for Entertaining a Crowd
Simply put, for a spring or summer type of vibe, these crunchy little beauties can be served as canapé, starter, snack or lunch. Make it part of a harvest or grazing table or simply serve these yummy bruschetta on game day with a few cold ones. Yes please!!
How To Make Roasted Tomato and Onion Bruschetta
Have you fallen in love with this popular antipasto from Italy, like I have? Traditionally, slices of home made bread are toasted, rubbed with garlic and originally served with fresh tomatoes, basil and olive oil…
However, I chose to slow roast my cherry tomatoes and caramelise the onions. First, place the cherry tomatoes in an oven safe dish. Drizzle with olive oil, season and roast until they burst open. Next, caramelise the onion in some butter until golden and sticky.
Next, add the sweet onion and tomato topping on toasted olive ciabatta slices. Lastly, add wisps of fresh Parmesan slithers, basil pesto and fresh basil leaves.
Then, drizzle your toasted bruschetta with a good quality balsamic glaze.
You can try your own version by adding other fresh ingredients. Therefore play around with some salami, parma ham, goats cheese, sweet figs, roasted peppers or mushrooms. Aaanything goes!
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