Fancy a twist on the classic bruschetta? I don’t use onions, instead, I use cream cheese and feta! Rather yummy, and not at all difficult to make;
- grab a fresh crusty breadstick and cut about 1.5 – 2cm thick and toast these on a baking tray for 10 minutes @ 180C.
- while the bread is cooking, grab a large washed tomato and finely diced it, drizzle a little olive oil it and sprinkle over some dried oregano leaves
- spread cream cheese over the bread (once cooked) – You could also add pancetta or smoked salmon if you wish
- break off some smaller basil leaves (washed and dried)
- spoon on some tomato and olive oil mixture
- break up and sprinkle a little feta
- add some black pepper
- drizzle some balsamic vinegar over the top
- serve immediately
How you serve this is up to you, my serving suggestion is shared with a friend or two and a nice bottle of white wine! That’s how this plate was devoured.
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