Sun-Dried Tomato Prosciutto Bruschetta

This Sun-Dried Tomato Prosciutto Bruschetta makes a delicious and hearty appetizer or an entire meal.


Hello, my friends. Please don’t laugh, but this post is going to be the shortest on this blog. What are you laughing about?

Well, I should name this recipe like “The Shortest Post of Havocinthekitchen, part 2”. Or “The Shortest Post of Havocinthekitchen, the second attempt”. If you’re not sure what I’m talking about, you must have missed my previous post. In a nutshell, having announced it would be an extremely short post, I ended up…627 symbols! My poor fingers having typed all these letters!

But I’m not letting you down today. So, this is the third recipe I’ve posted within one week (Yahoo! Who’s a hero?) Surprisingly, I’m not really stressed out. Pleasantly and the most importantly, I’m still breathing which is great. I’m even thinking to repeat this project next week (Now, who’s an insane one?)

Sun-Dried Tomato Prosciutto Bruschetta



I’ve decided this Sun-Dried Tomato Prosciutto Bruschetta would be the perfect recipe to wrap this week up. Why? Because we’re about to embrace the weekend! Do you feel Friday? I do!

What could be better than a scrumptious, hearty, and earthy meal which is ready in no time?

Crispy fragrant bread (I love to use baguettes for my bruschettas, but you’re free to grab your favorite bread), piquant goat cheese, sun-dried tomatoes, fresh basil, and prosciutto. You deserve to indulge yourself, my friends.

As the matter of fact, I made this Sun-Dried Tomato Prosciutto Bruschetta a few weeks ago exactly on Friday. It was a short Friday which made these bruschettas even more delicious and festive.

And if you grab a glass of wine, sparkling wine or even apple cider (Why not indeed?), that would an utterly sumptuous meal.

Happy (almost) Friday!

Sun-Dried Tomato Prosciutto Bruschetta

Ingredients

  • 7-9 slices baguette
  • 1/3 cup soft goat cheese
  • 1/3 cup sun-dried tomatoes in oil, drained and chopped
  • a handful of fresh basil
  • 4-5 slices of prosciutto, torn

Instructions

  1. Place the baguette on a dry skillet and toast until the desired color. Turn over.
  2. Spread the goat cheese over the toasted bread.
  3. Place over the cheese the tomato and basil.
  4. Top with a slice of prosciutto.
  5. Serve immediately.
  6. Enjoy!

Notes

havocinthekitchen.com

http://www.havocinthekitchen.com/sun-dried-tomato-prosciutto-bruschetta/

6 Thoughts on “Sun-Dried Tomato Prosciutto Bruschetta

  1. These bruschettas look so pretty, Ben. I know I might have said this so many times earlier, but I will just have to say it again. I am always ready for celebrations — Friday or no Friday. And I am happily ready to treat today as Friday if I have these bruschettas as a Friday treat. I am so much loving the idea of adding sun-dried tomatoes. Also loving how simple yet so full of fantastic flavors these are. YUM.

  2. You’ve been busy this week, Ben! These bruschetta look like a delicious combination of flavors – I love salty and sweet. I’d gladly make a meal of these!! Have a wonderful weekend.

  3. I’m definitely feeling Friday! This bruschetta is the perfect way to celebrate! I’m loving everything about it :). Have a great weekend, Ben!

  4. Bring on Friday and bring on a delicious recipe like this Ben!

    I’m delighted that you’re suggesting to pair this with a glass of wine too. ;-)

    My only question to you being should that be a glass of red or a glass of white?

    Have a great weekend!

  5. Oh, I am all about the (almost) Friday celebrations! I always have a bit of a pep in my step come Thursday because Friday is just around the corner. :-) So I love the flavors you’ve got going on here. I wasn’t an Italian meat fan until I met Laura, but now I love all Italian meats. The idea of bruschetta topped with prosciutto is totally making my mouth water. Maybe you can send me some? Don’t worry about the fresh basil, though…I’ve got plenty of that in my garden I need to use up. Haha! Well done, Ben!
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  6. They look beautiful Ben!! It’s so simple to put together! Simple but great flavors :)

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