Recipe may contain gluten, milk, egg, wheat and lactose.
As long as you’ve got bread, rustling up a tasty Italian bruschetta is simple. It’s an easy way of using up old vegetables or almost-empty jars languishing in your fridge.
1 garlic clove
1/3 cup spread (dip, pesto, mayonnaise, etc)
Leftover roast vegetables (or cheeses, cooked meats,, beans, etc)
2 slices of bread, toasted
1 Method Steps
Step 1Rub toasted bread(2 slices of bread, toasted) with a cut garlic clove (1 garlic clove), or spread with leftover dip=1], pesto or mayonnaise, then load it up with leftover roast vegetables (Leftover roast vegetables (or cheeses, cooked meats,, beans, etc)), cheeses, cooked meats, tomatoes and beans – basically anything goes!
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