Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Greek Bruschetta

Going to a party tonight and it's an appetizer party!!!
My favorite!
I have a ton of "go to appetizers", but this is a family party they have had just about all of those aps.
So I came up with this new beauty, a fun spin on your typical tomato bruschetta, you know I still have tomatoes producing!?!
I also used fresh herbs from my cute indoor herb garden, given to me by my sweet husband.  Kinda an I'm sorry I'm a crabby pants gift, please forgive me ;)
Best kinda gift it keeps on giving!

Here is what you will need:

1 loaf of crusty baguette, sliced
3 oz whipped cream cheese
8oz feta cheese
1 cup grape tomato's, halved
3oz kalamata olives, sliced
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 Tablespoon chives, chopped
1 Teaspoon sage, chopped
2 cloves of garlic, minced

How to make them:
I used my hand blender to mix the cheeses, but if you had a small mixer that would work too.
Now whip it, whip it real good! Ok sorry that song was stuck in my head!

Slice your tomatoes , in a mixing bowl add the olive oil, sage, chives and garlic to the tomatoes.
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper, set you over to broil
Lay your tomato mixture out on the baking sheet, broil for 5-8 minutes

Keep on eye on those tomatoes don't let them burn!
Burned tomatoes are N-A-S-T-Y!
Slice you bread into bite size pieces, pop them into the oven to warm them up a bit.

Now spread on your cheese mixture, top with tomato's and olives

Sprinkle with a little more greens of your choice (chives, sage etc.)


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