4 Sep 2012

The perfect lunch Bruschetta




Finally the cold days are gone and today is  worthy of spring. The season that I like.

I was in the market and buy  some fresh tomatoes of various sizes, I made some roasted and others keep for salads. Was Saturday and  we arrived late and had no desire to do anything complicated.

The bruschetta is always my salvation, I can fill the with what I have on hand and always delicious.



 Also spent the beautiful day to release my ice stick molds. Just add fresh fruit juice and freeze. A nice dessert and a very good substitute for ice cream and  less calories. How good life can be.






Have a nice week




Ingredients


  • 1 or 2 loaves ciabatta cut into lengthwise
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 2 finely chopped tomatoes
  • 1 shallot, finely chopped
  • Spinach leaves
  • Olive oil
Method:


  • Spread the bread with garlic and drizzle with olive oil
  • Heat a griddle or skillet and brown the bread on both sides
  • Remove and top with tomatoes and onion-spinach leaves
  • Salt pepper and drizzle with a little olive oil with rosemary

13 comments:

Javier said...

Qué apetito me entra siempre cuando veo todo lo que haces...

Abrazos

alp said...

genial. un beso desde murcia

bellini said...

Love the arrival of warm weather and fresh, local produce.

Renata Boechat said...

How beautiful a life can be!!!

Isso mesmo, as fotos lindíssimas, nos fazem ter prazer de estar aqui,

Congratulations!

Aldy @ Al Dente Gourmet said...

Delightful lunch, Sylvia! Have a great week :)

El Oso con Botas said...

suculentas fotografias ¡¡

Beth said...

Looks delicious! Such beautiful photos.

Christine @ Cooking Crusade said...

Absolutely stunning photos and a wonderful recipe. I love a great home made bruschetta - perfect for all meals!

Madelief said...

Beautiful photographs and delicious looking food. It's always a joy to visit your blog!

Have a lovely day!

Madelief x

Julia said...

Your blog has amazing photography! I clicked over to your blog from Saveur's list.

Kathy Steger @FoodWineThyme said...

What a beautiful blog

Cass @foodmyfriend said...

This looks beautiful. I often buy these ingredients at the markets to make something similar. It's my perfect breakfast! Your ice pops sound delicious too!

Sariqui said...

Que fotos más bonitas!!! Se ve todo super rico!!!