Sweet Ricotta Bruschetta

 
Sweet Ricotta Bruschetta

May 18th 2015By Seven Bites

When I'm trying to stay away from those heavy and filling cheeses like mozzarella or cheddar, my go-to is ricotta. Its light and creamy texture is easy to cook with, especially when you are short on time. This bruschetta recipe is a great appetizer to serve on Shavuot, as the prep and cook time in total is 15 minutes and will give you more time to focus on your main dishes. The honey gives your appetizer an element of sweetness that pairs well with the citrus tomatoes and ricotta cheese. Enjoy your dairy filled holiday.

 

Peas with Ricotta and Mint on Grilled Crostini

 
Peas with Ricotta and Mint on Grilled Crostini

June 3rd 2012By Chef Laura Frankel

Perfect for a warm weather light dinner, lunch or first course. The sweet English peas and creamy ricotta all piled high on a crostini are a treat for the eye and mouth. This is kind of a spring-time open faced grilled cheese. YUM!

 

Olive Tuna Bruchetta

 
Olive Tuna Bruschetta

June 11th 2010By Joy of Kosher

 

Crostini Trio

 
crostini trio

September 6th 2012By Florence Doueck Chera

Crostinis are one of my favorite appetizers. Crostinis should not be confused with bruschetta which is also made with bread, rubbed with garlic and olive oil, and is usually topped with tomato and basil. Crostinis are generally made with smaller pieces of bread that are toasted in the oven, while bruschetta is toasted over a grill and is charred. Both can be topped with your favorite toppings. Feel free to turn my crostini recipe into bruschetta!

 

Cooking To Taste With Beyond My Recipes

 
crostini trio

September 6th 2012By Florence Doueck Chera

 

Bruschetta

 
Bruschetta

July 27th 2011By Joy of Kosher

Roasted red peppers add extra zing to this classic chopped tomato dish

 

Baja Bruschetta

 
Baja Bruschetta

May 11th 2012By Joy of Kosher