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Saturday, August 27, 2016

Bruschetta For Breakfast!

Having Breakfast today?Try this out and your stomach will rumble you some thanks thereafter!





Bruschetta Recipe


Hello, BVs! Today I present to you an Italian favourite that you can make with simple ingredients right in your home. It is the bruschetta, pronounced "brusketta". This is so easy to put together. It is crispy, fresh, great for breakfast and great as an appetiser. I'll also show you two other variations to this so read on.

Here are the things you'll need: 




Half a French Bread
5 firm tomatoes
2 garlic cloves
1 medium onion
3 stems of basil
Salt to taste
A quarter teaspoon of black pepper
2 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil
And one more thing which isn't pictured:
2 tablespoons of butter or margarine

Step 1

Slice the bread and place on a greased tray. I used a tray I  used in grilling meat prior to that. Ain't nobody got time to wash!



Step 2

Rub some butter or margarine all over the bread. Go for that margarine, baby! It takes the taste of the bread to a whole new level.






Step 3

Put the bread to bake in a preheated oven at about 190 Degrees Celsius (375 Degrees Fahrenheit) for about 10 minutes until slightly toasted.

While that is in the oven, chop tomatoes, onions, garlic and basil. Note; Save some of the basil for garnishing later if you like.




Step 4

Put all the chopped goodies in a bowl. Season with salt and black pepper and drizzle some extra virgin olive oil on top. Give everything a good mix. 




Step 5

Take your bread out of the oven and spoon the veggie mixture over it. Garnish with whole basil leaves.




Serve immediately.

Here are two other ways to make this.

1. Top the bread with some scrambled eggs and freshly sliced tomatoes.
2. Top the bread with some guacamole (mashed and seasoned avocado).

I hope this recipe brings joy and celebration to your dining tables. For more scrumptious recipes, check out my blog at www.preciouscore.com.

Love,

Precious Nkeih



*Thanks for this honey,we had the 'Bruschy' yesterday!


79 comments:

  1. Hmmmm yummy. Let me wait for catering practical Mrs Romas. I want all the blackberries and blue berries she has been making

    I am thinking of what to eat. Don't know yet.

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    1. Hot pepper stew with beef and fresh fish and rice. Washed down with ice cold H20. Come and join me bvs

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  2. Thank you Precious.

    Can i use agege bread? The only bread i eat if i want to eat bread.

    Drinking my moringa tea.

    Preparing the stomach for party jollof rice. #weddingguest.

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  3. Having homemade tasty Fiesta, scones and a cup of tea

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  4. no i will pass on this. kinda looks good in the eye but i doubt if it will taste good in the mouth. whats up with fresh garlic and tomatoes? its a no no no for me. thanks tho.



    taking my cornflakes only.

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  5. Garri and coconut should do for my breakfast. Haba! Em sey na brus... wetin? I cannot come and go and kill myself

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  6. Wooow,am trying this straightaway ... Thank you poster. Good morning bvs have a wonderful weekend.

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  7. Hmmmm, don't even know what am eating for breakfast. Not in a happy mood at all.

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    1. White berry, you need to go back to school.


      Portable.........*will*

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    2. Who gave you the right to correct someone. @portable

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  9. I wont eat this even if it the last food on earth, but it look healthy and fresh

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  10. Starting my morning with lemon water and some bitter leave water as bv Jacintha suggested to me yesterday lol. Well I am definitely watching what am eating today. Thanks for all the advice I got yesterday. Off to buy loads of fruit.#teamhealthyeating

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    1. Bitter leaf water is good! i took it and shed lots of weight,but the bad thing about it is it makes one get pregnant easily,took it and gave birth to my lovely twins.

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    2. Ehn? Say what? * bolts off to take bitter leaf water.

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  11. Starting my morning with lemon water and some bitter leave water as bv Jacintha suggested to me yesterday lol. Well I am definitely watching what am eating today. Thanks for all the advice I got yesterday. Off to buy loads of fruit.#teamhealthyeating

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  12. Yum yum!!! Thanks for sharing. My mouth is salivating. Gotta run to the kitchen to make mine.

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  13. No time.... Ate my yesterday's left over rice this morning

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  14. no food to eat.
    I will jst chew weed

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    1. Where u get money to buy weed, better go dutse junction pedestrian bridge go help ur mama sell banana ,

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    2. Where u get money to buy weed, better go dutse junction pedestrian bridge go help ur mama sell banana ,

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    3. Miss Aboki o. Kwakwakwakwa
      So you be goonu banana(buy banana)

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  15. Shey na this raw tomatoes plus garlic I go chop? Shior

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  16. Important!!! Please don't reply in your mind.

    I read taking green tea at night before bed helps burn calories while you sleep.
    I also know Lipton tea(the yellow label) is good for weight loss..

    So I put one bag of green tea and one bag of lipton in a kettle, I let them boil together then I added 2Tbsp(tablespoons) of Apple Cider Vinegar.

    I drank it with speed when it was warm because the taste is not friendly..
    I asked almighty Google the effects but Google didn't know.
    E be like say na me be the inventor of that one.

    Please who has tried it and what do you think about it..
    P.s I work out and eat right..

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    1. Green tea contains caffeine. Taking caffeine before bedtime isn't ideal, it inhibits proper sleep.
      Generally, caffeine isn't good for your health. It stimulates the heart to beat faster without the help of the muscles.
      I used to be a coffee junkie. Free now.

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    2. Anon, there are decaffeinated green tea

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  17. I'm a bread lover. That loaf looks too small for me.

    Can it be 10am already so I can head to the market. Preparing Afang Soup & palm oil rice with lots of pepper, dried fish & others.
    God knows I love foooooood. Thankfully, I do not have to Struggle with weight-losS, dieting, green tea...lol

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  18. This looks nice. Would definitely try it, though might add egg or minced meat to mine.

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  19. Nice!okpa di oku on the beat

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  20. Please where can I get prunes in Lagos. Thanks

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  21. My gas just finished now... would have to wait till after the sanitation exercise before I have breakfast

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  22. How about slicing those tomoatoes, add a pinch of salt then on top of your bread.....walllaaaaaa,you have a sandwhich.

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    1. It's voila! Not walllaaaa. Thank me later

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    2. Papacita thank you 4wat exactly?....heheheheeee, I repeat: walllllaaaaaaaa.

      Stai zitta, ok?

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  23. Aint nobody gat time to wash???? Abeg dont you ever in your life think of opening a resturant because you will kill your customers. Dirty woman!

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    1. Its not that serious na. Haba!! Such bitterness on a beautiful day!

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    2. I tire oh....eewww, my daughter's will scream if they see that dirty oven tray. For me olive oil on d roll or bread which ever one you like works for me and it is better to make the topping before putting the roll in....tastes better. No onion for me...hahaha. you can put just about anything on the roll....Google is your friend😊

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    3. Exactly. I use pesto and bacon.

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    4. Calm down, it isn't that serious. She has a food blog and she shares a lot of amazing recipes. Thanks precious for this area please work on your blog, find it difficult viewing it.

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    5. She owns a blog therefore she has a license to be dirty? I hear oo

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    6. Calm down how, pls call a spade a spade. You have a food blog and you put photos of dirty pan. Abeg abeg

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  24. Orisirisi... looks nice though. Abeg make una no vex for my out of point... Pls who knows where I can do crotchet braids in Benin city?

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    1. Serious? Since I finish from UNIBEN 10 years ago I never reach dere o... na saloon?

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    2. Ask for madam queen shop near Newton for ekosodin...u'll b glad u did

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    3. Edo Street close to the roundabout by the left, Festus beauty world is the name, he makes good hair

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  25. Replies
    1. Delectable???
      It's not by force James

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    2. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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  26. Azin raw tomatoes on top of bread?
    I will pass

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  27. I've not eaten ojare. My moimoi still dey cook. Custard and moimoi for breakfast.An unusual one for me but na mum get kitchen.

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  28. So it is Shantelle that will eat raw tomatoe+onion+garlic ontop hot bread abi? Okay.

    Who made her whole wheat banana pancake?and how did it taste? Thinking of making mine.

    Btw,precious i made your cameron donuts some days back and it came out yum! I didnt get the shape of the balls right tho. Hehe

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  29. Choko brotchen and multivitamin juice for breakfast. Going swimming. See you folks later.

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  30. Stella that your roasting pan is dirty oo. You should have washed it first

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  31. Nice one,I no go fit chop raw tomatoes n onions,just had agege bread and freshly roasted groundnut with chilled water.

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  32. Yummy... Wish I can get it from my phone to eat without leaving my bed,will take oats later.

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  33. Is been a busy day for me! I had to put some clothes in the washing machine, wash some with hand and do some cleaning.

    I just hate fruit cream today with yogurt and honey. Fruits are better eaten in it season. Green and red grapes, peach, apple, pear, kiwi, banana. I enjoyed my fruit cream and it makes me feel fresh and strong.

    I will be preparing casserole today but in my own way. I love experimenting with food in my kitchen.

    P.S. You are what you eat.

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    1. You 'hate' fruit cream? Villager.

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    2. Hahaha, was looking forward to this.

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  34. Would have loved to try this but na table gas i get i no get oven, looks so healthy and stressfree, but which one is french bread?

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    1. You can use a frying pan...it is just to get it crunch so table gas ll be ok....just put it on low heat so dat it doesn't burn

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