Thanks to my husband for such a brilliant title! He came up with this while he was leaning over my shoulder watching me prepare this light snack for us.
I guess you could call this snack bruschetta but the only difference is it has feta cheese on top. I used to eat something very similar to this in Pasadena at a cafe right next to Vroman’s Bookstore. The way it was made was more like a sandwich served with a side of spicy mustard. My version is more of an open-faced sandwich. This is great served as an appetizer for a party or for just a little quick snack.
Here are the items needed:
Small slices of sourdough bread
Two Roma tomatoes
Feta cheese crumbles
Salt and pepper
Dice up the Roma tomatoes, and place them in a small dish. Add some olive oil to the tomatoes. Add however much olive oil you’d like, but don’t drench the tomatoes. I added about 1/2 tblspn, then sprinkle in some salt and pepper and mix…
Now, roll some washed basil leaves, and chop thin slices…
Add the basil to the tomatoes and mix…
Set the tomatoes with basil aside.
Next step we will slice the sourdough.
After you have your slices, drizzle some olive oil on top…
Scoop a generous amount of tomatoes with basil on top of the sourdough bread. Sprinkle some feta cheese on top of the tomatoes…
Toast these in your toaster oven for five minutes.
And here we have Bruschetta with Feta!
That looks very delicious! thanks for sharing!
Anytime! Thanks for stopping by :)!
That looks super tasty. (And I like the title your husband came up with– he speaks the truth!)
Thank you! Yes, I pay my husband in blog food when he helps me out 🙂 Since I’ve been posting so many of my recipes, he said we should get professional studio lighting for our kitchen – don’t give me any ideas, cuz now I’m considering it, lol! He’s such a good sport!
I just love feta!
Sursly! I can go on and on about the feta!
That looks perfect!
Thank you so much! I thought the pictures turned out nicely. I’m really loving the reds and greens in it.
I agree! Love feta and bruschetta! Yum – this looks delicious!
Thank you so much! I know, love that feta!