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Creamy Ricotta and Tomato Bruschetta


Looking for an easy and quick breakfast, snack or even an appetiser option to prepare at home? Well, this tomato and ricotta bruschetta is everything you need and much more. It's a dish made with a few simple ingredients, but when making Italian food, less is more and this item proves that to be true.

 

What is a tomato Bruschetta?

Bruschetta was originally an Italian side dish. It was a piece of simple toast served to the side of pasta usually made to eat the leftover sauce with. Occasionally a garlic clove was rubbed over the piece of toast to infuse the garlic flavour. Moving forward a bruschetta started to be served as a full appetiser dish with various toppings, beginning from tomatoes and basil, with several kinds of cheese like fresh mozzarella or ricotta.



How to make Creamy Ricotta and Tomato Bruschetta 

  1. Start by slicing sourdough bread. Drizzle some olive oil and sprinkle some salt and pepper into it. Toast the bread on a hot pan till evenly browned and crispy from both the sides.  
  2. Chop some tomatoes into big chunks and add them into a stainless steel tasla. Add some chopped basil leaves into it, with some olive oil, salt and pepper. Mix everything together and set it aside. 
  3. Take some ricotta cheese and season it with salt and pepper. On the toasted slice of bread spread a thick layer of the seasoned ricotta cheese and top it off with the basil tomato mix.  
  4. Top the whole bruschetta off with some balsamic vinegar and enjoy.   



More Creamy Delicious Recipe:

 

1.  Beetroot Spaghetti With Creamy Peas

2. Creamy Mac and Greens

3. One Pot Creamy Pasta

 

Expert Tips

  1. Do not slice the bread too thick or the toast would be hard.
  2. Make sure to season the ricotta and tomatoes or they will taste bland.
  3. The balsamic vinegar has a strong taste and is supposed to be used sparingly.

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