Friday, 10 June 2011

Snack Attack ~ Bruschetta

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Bruschetta is not the most complicated thing to make and it's a quick, tasty snack or starter. Here's how I make mine:

Panini
Cherry tomatoes
Mini Mozarella Pearls
Fresh basil
Red Chilli - seeds removed (or not)
Spring Onions
Balsamic Vinegar
Chilli Oil
Maldon Salt & Cracked Black Pepper

While the (cut in half) panini is being griddled, mix together the tomatoes, de-seeded chilli and spring onion, and dress with the vinegar, oil and salt & pepper. Leave to rest for the flavours to infuse. Cover each panini half with the tomatoe mixture and top with fresh basil and mini mozzarella pearls.

30 comments:

  1. Oh my this looks so delicious and easy to make too.

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  2. Looks yummy, i love mozzarella!

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  3. Oh yum! And I love fresh basil... Definitely my kind of food. Have a lovely weekend xo

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  4. This looks so good - going in my recipe file!

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  5. Yuuuuuum bruschetta is one of my favourite things to make when feeling indulgent! I make it with halloumi cheese instead of mozzerella and lots of avocado. Great photos of it! Looks delish.

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  6. Mmmmm, tasty and beautifully presented!
    L x

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  7. Yum! I love bruschetta and all kind of "antipasti". Meridionial savour are my favourite!! I will try your recipe of bruschetta! ^^

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  8. Yummy! This looks great, quick and simple - thank you for posting this. x

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  9. Yum, in Italy this is a summer staple, along with rice salad or ham and melon (at least when it's sunny. It's rained so much these days that I had mostly soups...)
    You can also have tomato, mozzarella and basil without bread and you get a caprese salad.

    And now the fussy part :-))
    "panini" is actually pural - un panino, due panini
    Ok, end of lesson.

    I love your blog - I'm into thrift and I'd love to wear more vintage clothes. Unfortunately charity shops are almost not existant, I think they're great.

    xxx
    Raffy

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  10. yummy!
    Now i have to go to kitchen and do sth delicius to myself.

    kisses
    meg

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  11. I do love bruschetta! Had it for lunch just yesterday:)

    xx Carina

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  12. Looks amazing" :)

    pinklemonincrystal.blogspot.com

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  13. Oh my goodness that looks SO amazingly good!

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  14. Oh my goodness that looks AMAZING!

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  15. Nom! You make everything look good paula.
    This is however one of my faves. I'm a basil addict ;)
    xxx

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  16. yum this looks like my kind of thing, i haven't tried the tesco's chili oil but i'm going to try get me some next time i food shop

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  17. nhame! That looks DELICIOUS!!!

    xx,
    A.

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  18. Ah, basil and tomatoes - my favourites. Your snack attic looks delicious and so healthy, too. Have a fabulous weekend. xx

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  19. This looks so so good! Aww, you've made me hungry, I am definitely going to have to try this recipe out at some point!

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  20. Yum, I love bruschetta! I don't use mozarella or chilis in mine, so it's a bit plainer than yours, but I still think it makes a great snack :)

    Leia

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  21. This looks SO yummy! :D

    Maria xxx

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  22. I love bruschetta, one of my faves. Also partial to a mushroom version.

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  23. Mmmm! Bruschetta is one of my favorite things! This looks so yummy!

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  24. This looks so delicious and makes me hungry! I love the way you presented it!

    *Ena*

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  25. your bruschetta looks so delicious. You've made me hungry Paula :) x

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  26. it looks so delicious as i don't wanna eat anything else in this world ever again- love the pictures.

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  27. This looks a beautiful lunch - it's making me hungry!
    Kat x

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  28. Oh, yummy! These look fabulous and your photos are making me hungry. I do love fresh basil.

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  29. I'm so hungry right now! Think I'll give this recipe a go, loving all the chilli! x

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  30. As if I didn't love your blog enough already, I'm absolutely thrilled by this food post! You've wooed me and I'm a food blogger myself. This is one of my favorite recipes and your photos make it look as beautiful as it tastes. Good show!

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