Bruschetta is bread lightly toasted, rubbed with garlic, and seasoned with salt and pepper. Good olive oil is then drizzled onto the toasted bread and often but not always chopped tomatoes will be sprinkled on top. In the Roman dialect, bruscare means roasted over coals. It is pronounced as brusˈketta with a “k” sound and NOT with an “sh” sound.
3 thoughts on “bruschetta al pomodoro”
Lord, those look good!
Yum is right. I can’t wait for tomato season!
Yum! I think I’ll make some for lunch.