Then, I learned
strawberries are a treat to eat in salads and savory dishes.
Look at these bruschetta:
I marinated the strawberries with a little sugar (Splenda, to be honest), and fresh
basil leaves cut into julienne.
I toasted the bread in
But if you do these
bruschetta for more than two diners, it would be more efficient to toast the
bread in a preheated oven at 300° F for about 12 minutes.
Just before serving,
spread some fresh goat cheese at room temperature over the toast.
Then, add the
marinated strawberries and finally put a few drops of balsamic vinegar reduction, which is something I usually have in my fridge because it enhances
the flavor of any salad.
I hope you like my
Strawberry and basil
bruschetta with fresh goat cheese and balsamic vinegar reduction | Ingredients
for 4 servings
1 ½ cups of diced
1/3 cup of fresh basil
leaves, cut into julienne
1 tablespoon of sugar
(I used Splenda)
8 slices of artisan bread
8 tablespoons of fresh
goat cheese at room temperature
1. In a bowl combine
the strawberries with the sugar and basil, stir and marinate at least 15
2. Toast the bread and
spread it with goat cheese.
3. Put 1-2 tablespoons
of strawberries with basil on toast.
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Etiquetas: appetizers, basil, goat cheese, strawberry