We wanted easy tomato bruschetta that we could make all year round. And it’d be good if the tomatoes didn’t tumble to the floor at first bite, too.
With its simplicity and fresh taste, bruschetta is great as an appetizer or side dish, but we wanted a way to make bruschetta the center of attention.
This eat-with-a-fork sandwich got its inspiration from Antipasto salad. You'll need oversized slices from a large loaf of peasant bread to support the substantial ingredients.
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