Bruschetta

13 Aug

Bruschetta is one staple lunchtime treat that has appeared on our plates all summer, in various forms. It makes a simple, thrown-together summertime lunch; toasted slices of fresh bread are scraped with a garlic clove, then topped with a delightful mix of cherry tomatoes, capers, basil, prosciutto, a dash of olive oil and balsamic vinegar, and a squeeze of lemon. Another popular variation involves a combination of smashed avocado, chilli, garlic and lemon. Delicious.

I’m already thinking of ways to adapt this into a hearty autumnal snack – topped with a warm chilli or crispy pancetta and chestnuts, perhaps.

X Loulou

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