5 Reviews

We liked this spin on bruschetta. I made two versions: half with olives and half with capers (for those that do not care for olives). I used freshly grated Parmesan. I used a thin, crispy pizza dough and it was very good. I do agree with the other reviewers that if you are short on time, using baguette slices would be a nice substitute. Made for PRMR.

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swissms June 20, 2010

The flavors were wonderful but the pizza dough just didn't really seem to go with it. I think next time I would just serve the tomato mixture on a baguette. I did use white onion only because I didn't have any red. Thanks for posting. :)

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teresas June 04, 2010

Better than ordering at a restaurant! And simple to make. I took Lorrie suggestion and used a baguette instead of the pizza dough. I used feta cheese but would likely go with parm or without cheese altogether as the bruschetta flavour on it's own was so incredible. Brought it to a party last night and I've already been asked to bring it for the next get together.

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laurie23 July 17, 2009

Made for 123 tag. The Bruschetta mixture is delicious! I did'nt use the pizza dough but just piled it up on fresh baguette slices.Omigosh love the fresh flavour and the twist of the the asian chili paste.

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Lorrie in Montreal May 05, 2009

I loved the onion and the olives in it, it was very spicy but not hot which i really like. I took some left overs to work the next day and it was still goo for lunch. In general i must say that the crust could cave been better, crunchier but that might be a fault of the pizza dough i used.

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Iceland May 02, 2008
Voodoo Bruschetta