I mean… it doesn’t get easier and tastier than this.
We joined an online farmer’s market service a few weeks ago and someone told me to buy the ricotta. I made pasta one night and still had more than half the container left the next day. I thought about different ways we could enjoy this fresh cheese and decided that bruschetta was the way to go!
Fresh ingredients = simple assembly = amazing food.
This “recipe” is really layering instructions. Start with fresh bread and put a tablespoon (or more) of ricotta cheese. Apply an ample amount of diced artichokes (these were from the jar — soaked in olive oil not water) and chopped tomatoes. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Serve. Enjoy. Yum.
We ate this as part of our dinner spread, but you can also enjoy this bruschetta as a delicious appetizer.
Ready for another recipe? Check out Audrey’s “Getting Gorgeous in the Kitchen” post for the day.