Thursday, July 24, 2014

Bright City Bruschetta






 One of my family's favorite things to do, especially in the Summer, is entertain. Recently, I was cooking a meal that was taking a bit longer than originally planned (crockpot problems). I decided to make a quick appetizer to hold us over until it was finished by mixing ingredients we already had in our kitchen. The end result: my own little version of bruschetta. Pat named it "Bright City Bruschetta" and the name seemed only fitting. I made a batch for my family while at home and wanted to share it with all of you - I hope you will enjoy! The full recipe is included below. xx

Ingredients:
French or sour dough bread
1/2 Avocado
1/2 Tomato
Olive Oil
Lime Juice
Cilantro
Makes 8, serves 3-4

Directions: 
Slice the bread into thick pieces and place in the toaster (if desired). Cut up the avocado, tomato and cilantro. Mix together and place on top of the bread. Add a squeeze of lime juice on top of each piece  of bread and an olive oil drizzle. I also like to add a bit of feta cheese if I have some in the kitchen. Eat up and enjoy - cheers!

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4 comments:

  1. sounds so yummy and i love the name pat gave it!

    xo mk
    gold-hatted lover

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    1. Thank you, Mary-Katherine!! AND, happy belated birthday! xx

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  2. I love bruschetta but never thought to put avocado on it. This looks delicious!

    Nicole
    Nicole to the Nines

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    1. Nicole, thank you so much for stopping by my blog. Can't wait to check yours out! xx

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