- Yield: 5
- Prep Time: 20 minutes
- Cook Time: 1h 40 min
Roast Tomato and Goat Cheese Salad
Bruschette are the most famous of the Italian crostini and nothing really beats their flavour packed combination of rubbed garlic, salt, tomato and olive oil, all held up by a crusty piece of bread ready to sop up those plentiful juices. When it comes to crostini, there are so many more routes to go down. Here’s a selection of less commonly known crostini toppings that might just surprise and amaze those hungry mouths you have to feed.
- Cherry Tomatoes - One vine
- Olive Gold Oil Blend
- Chevre - or another soft goat cheese
Stick a dozen or so cherry tomatoes (preferably still on the vine) into the oven at 150 degrees.
Drizzle them with oil, a fistful of sugar, some salt and a dash of balsamic.
After one and a half hours—or when their skin has gone all crinkly—remove, set aside and let cool.
Toast your sliced baguette. Stick on your tomatoes. Crumble the cheese over and drizzle the olive oil.