Friday, January 29, 2010

Tomato Bruschetta


I like making this for lunch along side a bowl of homemade soup. You can put the topping on anything but I like it in bagels.

  • !/2 cup of mayonnaise
  • 1 cup of shredded mozzarella cheese
  • 2 tbsp. Parmesan cheese
  • 1/2 tsp. dried basil
  • 2 large tomatoes, seeded and diced
  • pepper to taste
  1. Mix together and spoon on to bagel halves.
  2. Broil at 350 til warmed through and cheese bubbles.

24 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness that looks good!!!

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  2. I never thought to use mayo in brushetta; I use olive oil ... yum. I'll have to try it with mayo some time. Thank you for sharing!

    In Christ,
    Joanne in MO

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  3. Charlotte...this looks beyond good! Yikes...I am starving for it and it is only 5:30a.m. Oh well, savoury is good anytime of the day!

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  4. I have been making this for years and can attest that it is very yummy! It is also a great thing to take to work if you have a toaster oven. Thanks for sharing here and reminding me to make it again soon!

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  5. Thanks for such a simple recipe. I am definitely trying this. I love anything with mayo in it and bagels are my favorite!
    AMY

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  6. Love your blog. I look everyday and you never disappoint. This recipe looks very good. I'll be trying it soon.

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  7. Mmmmmmmmm!so yummy. sad that i cant get bagels over here!!!
    will do it on some other bread instead. thanks for sharing.

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  8. Oh my! I made potato soup last night...this would have been the perfect compliment! I want to try it! ♥

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  9. What a great and easy lunch idea! Thanks!

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  10. that looks amazing! thanks for sharing

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  11. I bet that melted cheese solves the problem of the tomato jumping off the bread when you take a bite! This looks very yummy!

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  12. This looks delicious! What a perfect lunch!

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  13. That looks delicious AND beautiful! I'm going to try this one! Thanks!

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  14. This is good on thick slices of French Bread as well!

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  15. That looks sooooo good. i will be making this very soon. I have all the ingredients...and bagels. Kathy (MGCC)

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  16. In the '40s and '50s my mother made this with cheddar for her tea guests. She called them Cheese Dreams.

    They would be accompanied by the requisite tiny salmon sandwich triangles (crusts cut off), Nanaimo Bars, Chinese Chews, Thumbprint cookies, peanut butter criss-crosses, butter tarts, sandies...Etc. :) Everything was dainty. None of those saucer sized cookies and half a pound of bread sandwiches you see today.

    Thank you for always jogging my memories, and for bringing us real cooking and baking.

    anon1

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  17. Wow! I love your blog. Just signed on as a follower.

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  18. This is another that needs trying. I'm make sometime while hubby is at work...he won't care for it I don't think.

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  19. So simple...and so goood. I can't wait to try this!!

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  20. All it needs to make it perfect is some fresh torn basil from my indoor window garden!

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  21. gee that sounds so easy and good. thanks.

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  22. wouldn't have guessed the mayo but I bet it gives it depth and creaminess. Must try. thank you for posting.

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  23. These are so good:) Yes, I've tried them!!

    Cheryl

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