What began in Italy as a humble meal of toasted bread, smashed garlic and olive oil has become an impressive antipasto.
While you may know it as the classic tomato and herb, bruschetta can be made up of a variety of ingredients. There’s a topping for every time of year that features seasonal flavors like butternut squash, artichokes, avocado, peaches and garden summer tomatoes. Serve it up with toasted slices of bread for an easy lunch or appetizer.
A great toping for entertaining. Why? It’s colorful, fresh and easy to make. If you’re looking for a way to amp up your charcuterie plates and cheese boards, bruschetta is it. Add some color and bold fresh flavors to your antipasto spreads of cured meats, specialty cheeses, olives, peppers… bruschetta is a natural complement.
Bruschetta is fun to make and allows you to get creative in the kitchen. Making this colorful topping is the perfect excuse to bring together your favorite ingredients.
In summer, grab some goodies from your garden or the local farmer’s market. Chop them up with some fresh herbs (like garlic, basil, parsley, etc.) and don’t forget an exquisite Italian extra virgin olive oil. Serve it up with crusty Italian or French bread or crispy gourmet toasts. We even love topping off bruschetta toasts with a drizzle of balsamic vinegar or balsamic glaze.
DeLallo Bruschetta Recipe Varieties
DeLallo Bruschetta is traditional Italian antipasto. Made in Italy with only the finest ingredients, our authentic recipes are made to capture the honest flavor of its featured ingredient without overpowering herbs and spices.
Not only is bruschetta a simple yet eye-catching appetizer, but it’s an incredible gourmet ingredient too. Bruschetta has a way of brightening up your favorite recipes—often with just a spoonful. Here’s a little inspiration for using bruschetta in the kitchen: