One of my all time favorite foods is bruschetta, an antipasta from Italy originated in the 15th century. My moms recipe is french bread baked with olive oil and garlic, topped with mozzarella, basil, tomatoes, and drizzled with balsamic vinaigrette. There are many variations of this delicious snack, I like all of them. If you want to get really fancy and impress your eaters, add some prosciutto. The bruschetta below was different than your normal Italian appetizer because my mom used bagels instead of french bread. I was nervous with how it would turn out because I love my soft yet crunchy french bread. Surprisingly, the thinly sliced bagels were delicious! The next time you are asked to bring an appetizer for a party, I promise you bruschetta will be a hit!
If you’ve never made it and need an exact recipe to cook from, check this one out!