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How to make delicious bruschetta for March 8: top 3 options

Kateryna YagovychFood
Win-win festive bruschetta for any occasion. Source: bottegadicalabria.com

If you need to come up with tasty appetizers quickly, bruschetta is the perfect option. You can create several different combinations if you experiment with the ingredients. For the base, you just need to dry the baguette in the oven, which will take you as little time as possible.

The idea of preparing three types of festive bruschetta for March 8 was published on the Instagram page of food blogger Iryna Dimitrova (Iriska Dimitrova).

How to make delicious bruschetta for March 8: top 3 options

Bruschetta with mushrooms and cream cheese

Ingredients:

  • baguette
  • cream cheese
  • mushrooms
  • salt, pepper, dried garlic
  • smoked paprika

Method of preparation:

How to make delicious bruschetta for March 8: top 3 options

Cut the mushrooms into flakes, fry on both sides in vegetable oil, sprinkle with salt, pepper, and dried garlic. Spread the dried bread with cream cheese, spread the mushrooms, and sprinkle with smoked paprika.

Bruschetta with pear and cheese

How to make delicious bruschetta for March 8: top 3 options

Ingredients:

  • baguette
  • pear
  • butter
  • blue mold cheese
  • honey
  • arugula

Method of preparation:

How to make delicious bruschetta for March 8: top 3 options

For the second variant, peel the pear and cut it into flakes. Stew them until transparent in butter. Put the pear slices, blue mold cheese, and a drop of honey on the dried bread. Garnish with arugula.

Bruschetta with roasted peppers and feta

How to make delicious bruschetta for March 8: top 3 options

Ingredients:

  • baguette
  • bell pepper
  • tomato
  • feta
  • olive oil
  • Italian herbs

Method of preparation:

Bake the bell pepper and cut it into cubes. Also, chop the tomatoes and feta. Put pepper, tomato, and feta on the dried bread, drizzle with a drop of olive oil, and sprinkle with Italian herbs.

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