Submitted by enr on 19 Jun 2011
Bruschetta Baguette
1 tomato
1 orange / red pepper
1 small carrot
1 sprig fresh onion
several sprigs of broccoli
cream cheese
about 50 g grated cheese
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Vegetables finely and mixed together. Baguette cut into slices and thinly smeared with the cream cheese. -Coated slices are arranged in a baking dish and distributed them on the vegetables. Bake in preheated oven (just above), until the vegetables slightly pozavehnat. Sprinkle with grated cheese and bake another 3-5 minutes, until the cheese is melted. Serve warm. You can experiment and to use cream cheese flavored with smoked salmon or with dried tomatoes and basil - whatever available commercially. The feta cheese can be replaced with cottage cheese.
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19 Jun 2011


Are not you mean Bruschetta (Bruschetta, ital. Che = ke)?

Yes :) Here in Canada we have slightly bending :)

these slices can eat and raw cottage cheese and chopped tomato slice with cream cheese and sliced ​​olives on top or retail chopped tomato, mixed with cheese and sprinkled with oregano. The Greek name is *paksimadiya*.

Bruschetta is toasted, it would be a little strange to be raw. And it is itself a slice of toast, and not that which is imposed. Toast bread still warm rub a cut clove of garlic and olive oil pokapva. From there, anyone can put whatever he likes - for imagination has no limits.

I mean, that might not be baked in the oven as described our friend :) In general, the name means double toast bread. And I just I added a few more options of consumption :)

now I realized my mistake in izrazyavaneto- Dobby wrote baguette, ie after toasting would like bruschetta and I had in mind the preparation of finished rolls :)

Tasty and beautiful!

Thank you, tillia! I am glad that you liked :)

As to say I really like :)

I am glad that you liked Maggie :)

become a god. Thanks for the recipe :)

I am glad that you liked the sandwiches, shtelkich :)