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Easy and Fast Prosciutto Bruschetta Recipe 2021

Published on

3.18.2022

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Ready to make some delicious bruschetta?

In this post, we’ll walk you through our prosciutto bruschetta recipe from start to finish. We’ll cover everything from the ingredients you need, ideal prep methods, and serving suggestions to tips for making this delicious dish look as lovely as possible. 


Bruschetta Explained

Bruschetta is what’s known as an antipasto, or appetizer, in traditional Italian cuisine. It’s served cold, which makes it an excellent pairing for summer recipes like salads, kabobs, and pizza. 


The base for all forms of bruschetta is grilled bread. This bread is usually cut into long, thin slices to maximize the number of ingredients that can be stacked on each piece. Homemade bread is ideal for bruschetta, but if you can get your hands on French-style country bread, that’s just as good.


A standard bruschetta recipe features mozzarella cheese, tomato slices, garlic, onion, and basil. However, the appetizer can also be topped with meat. We added prosciutto, a traditional Italian form of cured pork, to our recipe to add to its richness and saltiness. 

What You Need to Make the Best Bruschetta Ever

If you want to wow party guests or make a spectacular appetizer for date night, bruschetta should be one of your go-tos. 


To make great bruschetta, you need:







Making Bruschetta Step by Step

To make your bruschetta, follow these simple steps. 






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