Easy Garden Bruschetta

Crowded Earth Kitchen

WIN_20150722_124558Today’s recipe isn’t rocket science, folks – bruschetta is peasant food. Like most peasant food, making bruschetta is a way of taking little bits and specks of leftovers and reimagining them into something delicious! You’ll need small quantities of fresh vegetables, a few slices of not-very-fresh bread, and a bit of cheese. Surely you have all of that lurking in your kitchen, right?

The key to delicious bruschetta is warm toasted bread combined with cold toppings, served immediately. Let’s get started!

WIN_20150722_122119 I wasn’t kidding – we’re using up leftovers today!

Ingredients (Makes 2 lunch servings)

2 large or 4 small slices of day old bread

2 tablespoons olive oil

1 cup diced tomato

1/4 cup diced peppers, garlic, and/or onion (any combination you like)

2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar

WIN_20150722_1237422 ounces diced cheese (I used fresh mozzarella)

A few basil leaves, sliced into thin shreds

Directions

Step 1) Combine diced tomatoes, peppers, garlic, onion, and…

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