Bruschetta caprese – Italian recipe

Classic Italian flavours, simple preparation. Use the best ingredients you can find for a special starter! From GialloZafferano; Italy’s most famous food website.
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Hi everyone and welcome to the Giallo Zafferano kitchen. Today we’ll be preparing an appetizer that is as delicious as it is quick to prepare: Bruschetta Caprese. Of course bruschetta is a starter that’s eaten throughout Italy and that can be found all over the world, but this type is prepared with traditional ingredients from the Campagna region — mozzarella di bufala and gaeta olives.
Let’s see what ingredients we’ll need:
• 4 slice s of semolina bread
• 9 ounces of mozzarella di bufala
• 10 cherry tomatoes
• Extra virgin olive oil
• Dried oregano • Salt
• A clove of garlic
• 12 black olives (preferably Gaeta olives)
• 8 very fresh basil leaves.
Let’s make our Bruschetta Caprese.
We’ll begin by toasting our slices of bread. Use a non-stick pan for this, or you can toast them in the oven. I’ve cut the slices at about an inch thick, which seems to work well. If you’d like a thinner slice, just be sure it’s at least thick enough to support all of the ingredients we’ll be adding on top without breaking. Once the bread has cooled, rub them with the clove of garlic.
Once the bread is ready, it’s time to move on to the topping. Here are the tomatoes washed and cut into small pieces like this. The mozzarella should be cut in the same way. Then toss the tomatoes…and the mozzarella… together in another bowl. Now the Gaeta olives. If you want, you can use another type of black olive either pitted or no, or even baked olives — I’ll be using Gaeta here. A pinch of oregano, salt, and also four leaves of basil torn into pieces by hand. Keep the other four aside to garnish the finished bruschette. Now just a drop of extra virgin olive oil. Mix it all together and you’re ready to assemble the bruschette.
And here are our lovely bruschette Caprese. The finishing touch? A drizzle of extra virgin olive oil, and with that our bruschette are ready to be tasted. From Sonia and GialloZafferano, bye and we’ll see you next time!

Comments

Xavier Counts says:

Hello

Paul Lalama says:

VERY COOL

ItsEryk says:

Looks good.

Darwin's Beer Reviews says:

I agree, balsamic is important.

princesssfafi says:

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GlitsyMakeUp says:

tummy. I will try that out. it lookes so fresh and yummy!

PlatypusGuitar says:

I made video for the same recipe. Part of my research was done on this chanel because its italian and I wanted to stay as authentic as possible. I hope you accept my video response so people can see where I got the inspiration :)

PlatypusGuitar says:

I like to toast the assembled bruschetta in the oven. It melts the cheese a bit and softens the tomatoes. I suppose its not traditionnal but its very good

MyOldLondonFoods says:

Delicious and Easy! Love bruschetta!

JuleSakura says:

mmm these look sooo good!!!

sorakairi1993 says:

I will surely try this!

French Illusion says:

Where did you get this little jar where you put the olive oil?? I love it!!! I want it!!

Carlo. says:

and then remember to fasten your seatbealt.

Dante Mendoza says:

When I make bruschetta I toast it in the oven after the topings are on, it tast better that way to me.

bailey217769 says:

I use  my own balsamic reduction sauce. So good

Olivra says:

i searched capres cuz there good

r petit says:

It looks good!

yellowsaffron says:

You can use your toaster, of course!

cutietho says:

this is fat

R@ntgen says:

I love so much toasted italian brad. When i made bbq with friends, i always toast some slices of bread and eat them with only garlic, oil and salt.

Uros Raskovic says:

Mama mia it looks nice !

yellowsaffron says:

@PlatypusGuitar I’m sure it is!

Raul Sanchez says:

Very easyB-)

gladeye2 says:

Yum and Thank you :)

magnacore11 says:

I’m tellin’ ya guys, if this keeps up I’m gonna eventually open a cafe that features all of these recipes because A. They HAVE to taste incredible and B. They’re totally authentic! Keep producing those recipes! lol

lov2aclr8 says:

does she accept marriage proposals? im not much of a husband material but i promise MY PLATE WILL BE CLEAN AFTER EACH OF SIX DAILY MEALS lol :)

LaurenAlexandra711 says:

captions cover part of the video screen tho so you can’t completely see the video, which i find distracting and annoying. you can’t win either way i guess

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