When entertaining a few friends or simply serving lunch time mouthfuls to the crowd, these Roasted Tomato and Onion Bruschetta are the perfect recipe to try.
Simply put, for a spring or summer type of vibe, these crunchy little beauties can be served as canape, starter, snack or lunch.
I have fallen in love with this popular antipasto from Italy, where slices of bread are toasted, rubbed with garlic and originally served with fresh tomatoes, basil and olive oil.
I chose to slow roast my cherry tomatoes and I also caramelized the onions, which is served on toasted olive ciabatta slices with fresh Parmesan and basil pesto. A good quality balsamic reduction is also a great addition.
You can try your own version by adding other ingredients like salami, parma ham, goats cheese, figs, roasted peppers or mushrooms – aaanything! It is the perfect summer snack to serve with braais or just to line the stomach before a big bash!
Hope you give it a go!