Monday, 5 December 2011

Last minute bruschetta

Yesterday Matteo decided to do some bruschetta for us for dinner time and I wouldn't complain about it, love all variations of this Italian food. As usual he doesn't have a recipe for what he cooks, but I'll share how he made it with you. It was delicious!


2 ciabatta bread
7 or 8 sliced mushrooms
2 medium shopped tomatoes
1 shopped onion
2 garlic gloves (1 sliced and save the other one)
2 tablespoon shoyu or any similar soy sauce
1 tablespoon vegetable margarine
2 tablespoon nutritional yeast (optional)

Preheat the oven to 200°C. Slice the ciabatta bread in two and put them in the oven until they get golden on top and a little bit crispy on the edges (about 5 to 6 minutes).

Fry onion and garlic until golden (use a teaspoon of vegetable oil if you want or just fry them with water). Add the mushrooms and let them fry for 3 or 4 minutes. Add salt, herbs and soy sauce and let it cook for another 2 or 3 minutes. Add the tomatoes (if you want you can let them out of the filling and add them raw on the top just before eating) and let the mix cook for another minute. Add the margarine and nutritional yeast and cook until the margarine melts and create a creamy sauce.

Rub some garlic in the bread slices and place the mushroom sauce on top of each slice.


APPyLE said...

:) Hi.... I'm here again: I like how u use italian words mixed to english
amazing your bruschette :-)

Glauce said...

Grazie! I do my best and some Italian food names are really international :) Love bruschetta, could eat it everyday :D


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