Thursday, January 31, 2008

Simple Bruschetta - Game Day Special


We had a Potluck party last week at one of our friends place.My self and seema where wondering we need to prepare something different and simple too . This idea of making bruschetta came up in mind .It turned to be an excellent starter. So here it goes .

Raw Materials Required
Garlic Bread -1 Pkt Store bought
Tomato -1 chopped
Onion -1 chopped
Capsicum -1/2 chopped
Mexican (4 flavors blended together) -store bought
Salt
Pepper -Few for garnish and extra spice

Preparation Style

Cut the veggie together and add salt and keep them aside. Cut the frozen garlic bread into small slices .Place the veggie on top of the garlic bread and top it with cheese. Place the garlic bread in a tray and cook them in the oven as per the instruction in the packet .You can see the cheese to melt and then remove the tray from the oven. Place the bruschetta in the plate and add pepper to it and serve them hot.
This would be be my entry for the event organised by Mansi - Game Night Event .

12 comments:

Asha said...

Beautiful!! I might make some too!:))

Mythreyee said...

I was also planning to have the same. Looks delicious.

Jayashree said...

Looks good.....and real simple to make.

Purnima said...

Deepa, the masala vadas and these garlic bread based starters look too yummy!!

Bharathy said...

Really good recipe,deepa!..Have not tried bruschettas, but his one is really colourful and yummy!..esp with a base like garlic bread!Yummm :)

Happy cook said...

Delicious

Kribha said...

While you gals are so busy preparing snacks for the super bowl here I am sick with flu. The Bruschetta looks so good. I'll drool at it for now.

Laavanya said...

The garlic bread must've been a great touch. Looks yummy.

Cynthia said...

They all look so pretty and inviting.

Seema said...

Nice one Deepa.. I know it tasted great!

DEEPA said...

Thank you asha ji , mythreyee , jayashree and purnima for stopping by ....

Hey Bharathy and Happy cook ....thks you so much ..

Kribha ...Hope you get well soon ....and you could also prepare these soon at home.

Thankyou Laavanya and cynthai for stopping by..

Seema you know we both made this ...Thks for your help

TBC said...

That looks lovely...and it's so colorful too.:-)