To make the bruschette you will need:
oregano, fresh or dry
balsamic vinegar, or regular apple vinegar
salt and pepper
- Gently rub a peeled clove of garlic onto one surface of the slices.
- If you can find crunchy bread, wet the slices under running water for just a second; this will soften the outer layer, but retain the internal crunch. If using regular bread, grill it or toast it to make the slices a little crispy.
- Dice as many tomatoes as needed to cover the slices, and distribute them over the surface of the bread.
- Add some oregano, vinegar, black pepper and salt, and a touch of olive oil if desired.
To give you an idea about how much we love this simple recipe, we are having a “virgin” Mojito (no alcohol) every evening before dinner, and 2 or 3 of these bruschette along with the drink - absolutely fantastic and as summery as it can possibly be!