BASIC BRUSCHETTA

Ever since I discover my love for Italian food, I don’t think I can part with olive oil, tomatoes and basil anymore. Just these basic ingredients combine to create a simple dish can make me a very happy man.

It’s another lazy Sunday with a gentle November sun. After a fruitful run up the hill opposite my home followed by my favorite bowl of steaming hot tasty prawn noodle soup from the food center for breakfast, I simply refuse to move for the rest of the day. It was until my hungry stomach wake me up to lure me into the kitchen.

Bread is mostly available in my kitchen with cherry tomatoes chilling in the fridge and fresh basil along my corridor. I wanted some extra flavor so I took the trouble to blend some garlic with olive oil and spread onto pieces of French bread before grilling.

For some reason I just feel like tasting lots of olive oil and basil that day. So I tear up the basil into big pieces instead of chopping them fine.

Simply with crushed black pepper, sea salt and chopped cherry tomatoes, I indulge myself to a satisfying lunch accompanied with lemonade made from fresh lemon juice, salt, sugar and soda water.

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10 thoughts on “BASIC BRUSCHETTA

  1. A hundred WOWS!!! This is perfect and simple. Your pictures are phenomenal. I feel as if I can sit down and take a bite of this right now! Your homemade lemonade looks perfect too!
    I hope you don’t mind that I reblog this on my reblog page?

    1. Thanks Judy for your very nice comment. I’ll be honored to have you reblog this. Glad you like it!

      If i wasn’t too lazy that day, it will be even better to add some finely sliced black olives and hard cheese.

      Kindly,
      Danny

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