|Auntie Janice wrangling the beasts in the pool.|
Thanks Auntie and Uncle Bob for always
having the best pool parties! We love you!
|There it is. Bruschetta before it knew it was bruschetta.|
After years of use, I dropped and cracked my first one. I thought, hmmm, I am going to see if I can live without it. Three days went by and I was on target.com buying myself a new one. Seriously, I use this about three times a week or more. Get it.
Ok, back to bruschetta. If you have this chopper this is a cinch.
|That's it! Super duper easy and super duper delish!|
Good Seasoning's Garlic Herb Dressing you will need 2 pouches and the ingredients to make the dressing.
3-4 tomatoes, they are in season and coming out of every one's ears
Peppers, 3, I used, green, red and a little yellow, but use what you like
1 Onion, but not a big one because you don't want the onion to over power everything.
Salt and pepper to taste
Garlic Bread to serve it on.
Ok, first, chop all of the veggies and I did mine on the small square chopper. Using that chopper, it took me less than 15 minutes to dice all of the veggies. Put them into a bowl.
Make the dressing according the the recipe on the pouch, but instead of the water it calls for, I used more vinegar. Use both dry pouches, but only the wet ingredients for one pouch. Pour that onto the veggies and stir. Then, add some salt and pepper to taste and mix. I also added a little extra dash of olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Nothing too major, just a little shot of each.
Cook your garlic bread of choice and that's it!
Boom! Done! Bruschetta!