Top Rated Bruschetta Recipes

Two-Pepper Bruschetta
Colorful and crunchy, this bruschetta dish is a perfect party appetizer. 
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5
Bruschetta with Kale
A simple, light appetizer of toasted garlic bread topped with kale. Use crusty Italian bread, which is strong enough to hold the stewed greens. Recipe courtesy of Chef Alessandro Gargani.
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5
Bruschetta
When it comes to the perfect snack, I'm looking for unfussy, bite-sized morsels that I can pick up and eat with my hands. Simple bruschetta comes to mind instantly. Slices of crusty baguette, toasted, and topped with fresh, garlicky tomatoes, and a sprinkling of basil — it's tough to find a dish more satisfying, and it couldn't be easier to make.  Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Snacks.
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4.666665
This little Italian bruschetta appetizer is always a favorite. Sometimes I like to create a bruschetta bar with selections of Italian meats, olives, cheeses or a traditional tomato and basil. You can be extremely creative and everyone will love to bite into these crispy toasts with yummy toppings. I love to use plum tomatoes for this bruschetta. First of all they remind me of my grandmother and they are hearty and can sit for a while in olive oil and still stay firm and tasty.
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4
Potato Bruschetta
Potatoes on bruschetta give this popular crunchy appetizer a surprising warm, starchy bite. The tomatoes, mozzarella, and Parmigiano-Reggiano pair nicely with the potato to add a fresh element to this crispy bread. This recipe is courtesy of Potato Goodness.
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4
This recipe is simple, beautiful and delicious. Using a jarred bruschetta makes this recipe perfect for a busy midweek dinner, and the chicken thighs make this recipe inexpensive too!
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4
Inspired by a recent article from one of my favorite culinary magazines, this bruschetta recipe highlights one of my all-time favorite foods: avocado. The creamy avocado slices are balanced by a burst of freshness from the tomatoes and bite of salt from the Maldon.
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4
Great Italian appetizers are less about technique and more about buying the right stuff. That's actually true of all cuisine. Mortadella, also called baloney because it comes from Bologna, is a wonderful cold cut, so smooth as it slides over your tongue when you have it sliced super thin. Sometimes it has pistachios in it. Robiola cheese is, to my way of thinking, the sexiest cream cheese of all time. It's from Piemonte. When he saw me putting this together, Michael couldn't resist chiming in with, "I love this, Batali is making baloney and cream cheese sandwiches." He had a point; you could use regular old baloney instead of mortadella, and cream cheese works too. You roll 'em up with a basil leaf, cook 'em up on a grill pan. Finito! Click here to see The Chew: From the Television to Your Kitchen with the Official Cookbook.
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Cherry Tomato Bruschetta.. in the making
I love the concept of standing in the kitchen and chatting with a friend while whipping up some culinary masterpiece. I don’t know about you though, but that's not how it has ever really gone for me. Usually, I can’t think about anything but what I’m making, so my sentences often have random ingredients thrown in. But this dish — this bright, sweet, colorful dish — is the perfect drink-wine-while-chatting-and-cooking-all-at-once snack. Case in point: a good friend was in town, so I invited her to my place for a glass of wine and some snacks. (In this story, snacks = cherry tomato bruschetta.) We successfully stood at the kitchen counter, drinking a light California red, while I cooked up this extremely easy and tasty bite. It is a great appetizer or side dish and is virtually fool proof. The salt and the rosemary cut the sweetness of the tomatoes and the warm, slightly crispy (and salty) bread is the perfect carrier for it all. Click here to see more Tasty Tomato Recipes. 
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Warm Tomato and Mozzarella Bruschetta
There is nothing fussy about this dish. It's simply some warm, crusty bread topped with fresh mozzarella and tomatoes that are dressed with a touch of olive oil, balsamic vinegar, herbs, and salt and pepper.
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3.25
Bruschetta with Feta
Bruschetta may normally get topped with mozzarella, but feta is a lighter alternative, plus easier to mix in.See all appetizer recipes.Click here to see Bountiful Basil Recipes.
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3.2
Bruschetta
A quick and easy  bruschetta recipe for the cocktail party classic, made with sweet cherry tomatoes and French bread. Click here to see How to Host a Beer-in-the-Garden Party.
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3.01875