Antipasti bruschetta chorizo pepper
Here is a combination of delicate flavors from Italy with bruschetta chorizo pepper antipasti. These traditional Italian appetizers seasoned with olive oil and aromatic herbs are delicious and very easy to prepare. Impress your guests with the bruschetta chorizo pepper antipasti that will put the sun and good humor on your plates!
- 1 sliced round country bread
- 1/2 green pepper
- 1 sausage
- 4 nice tomatoes
- 1 bunch of fresh basil
- 2 cloves garlic
- 1 onion
- 100 g of grated cheese
- extra virgin olive oil
- Salt, ground pepper
Preparation 10 minutes
Cooking 15 mins
Crush the garlic cloves. Wash, peel and cut the tomatoes into small dice to make a crushed tomato. Chop the basil leaves. Chop the onion. Deseed then cut the half-pepper into cubes. Cut the chorizo into slices.
How to peel and seed a pepper easily?
How to peel and seed tomatoes easily?
Chop your vegetables
Carve an onion
On the work surface, rub the crushed garlic well on each slice of bread then brush them generously with a brush dipped in olive oil. Cut bread slices in half for smaller portions.
How to peel garlic?
Mix the tomatoes, basil and 2 tablespoons of olive oil in a salad bowl. Season with salt and ground pepper and mix again.
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and place the slices of garlic bread. Place a few tomatoes on each of them, add a little chopped onion and pepper on top. Finally, place a slice of chorizo on top.
Bake the plate for about 15 minutes, the bread coloring slightly and the chorizo becoming slightly toasted.
Serve the bruschetta chorizo pepper antipasti immediately on a bed of green salad seasoned with a balsamic vinaigrette sauce.
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