Rosa Cooking

Bruschetta / Krostini / Kanapei / Appetizers ...

Last weekend before Ninci left, I think I made over a hundred of all possible sizes and colors :) For everyone, something sweet and salty, and fruits and vegetables, and meat and seafood :) And now it's out of control - so let's move on :)

Preparation steps

  • Fine fresh bread; baguette / ciabatta and the like, cut into fetishes neither too thin nor too thick - preferably obliquely. They say it’s good to use bread that is at least a day old (decide for yourself). Coat them with olive oil or butter and put in the oven but don’t overcook them! After they are baked, add a little salt, rub some with garlic, some with lemon or orange peel and some with chili - depending on further processing. Depending on how and how many bruschettas / crostini you serve, you also "fill" them with topping. If there will be crostini, small "finger food" snacks, it is not necessary to put a lot of ingredients on them. If the feta, bruschettas are larger and will be eaten with a fork and knife, feel free to "load" them. (I asked them to slice my bread in the store, some of them are already sliced ​​- so they are not nicely sliced ​​as they should be for bruschettas and crostini because their machines have only one setting - I also used a grill / toaster so small fetishes get really fast bake and "crush", so be careful). You can make your little sweet snacks with darker bread, pumpernickel, or sandwich bread sliced ​​in various shapes, or tortillas cut into desired shapes, some crackers, etc ... and it will equally serve as a base for sliced ​​cucumber or a piece of hard cheese. You can also put small delicious, sweet and / or salty snacks in baskets that are very easy to make from purchased crusts, puff pastry and wonton leaves. NaraFski you can mix them yourself (your choice). You can also buy ready-made baskets and choose the filling yourself :) You can also bake slightly thicker pancakes and cut them into interesting shapes and place the filling on them, etc. You can also serve snacks in small cups, depending on what it is about. Wrap asparagus, beans, cheese, etc. in prosciutto, etc. There are countless combinations, ideas of this and that :) I personally adore various small snacks, I generally like "finger food". I love small varieties, whether they are seafood, fruits, vegetables, chocolate, salty and / or sweet :)
  • Bruschetta with Ricotta Cheese and Strawberries Cheese, honey, pepper, strawberries, vinegar (balsamic) and chopped basil. Wash and chop the strawberries and put them in a bowl and sprinkle with balsamic vinegar and let them stand for at least 15 minutes. Ricotta cheese is mixed with honey and pepper. Spread cheese on the toasted bread, put strawberries and chopped basil leaves on top.
  • Bruschetta with Ricotta Cheese and Raspberries Same as above only the raspberries do not need to be marinated in vinegar. Crush half of the raspberries with a fork and place over the cheese, fold the rest of the raspberries over. Drizzle everything with a few drops of balsamic vinegar.
  • Krostini with Feta Cheese & Honey Crush the cheese a little with your fingers or a fork and apply on the toasted bread. Place in the oven for a few minutes. Remove from oven and drizzle with honey. Sprinkle with thyme leaves or chives.
  • Bruschettas with fresh tomatoes Take the tomatoes out of the fridge at least half an hour before cooking. In a bowl, mix the sliced ​​tomatoes, chopped purple onion, crushed garlic, olive oil, salt and pepper, red yeast and chopped basil leaves. Mix everything and let it stand for about 15 minutes. Arrange heaps of tomato salad on toasted bread. Drizzle a few drops of balsamic vinegar on top.
  • Bruschetta (Greek Salad) Remove the tomatoes from the refrigerator at least half an hour before cooking. In a bowl, mix sliced ​​tomatoes, chopped purple onion, chopped olives, chopped cucumber, chopped feta cheese, olive oil, sourdough, salt and pepper. Let stand for about 15 minutes. Arrange Greek salads on toasted bread. Drizzle a few drops of olive oil on top.
  • Tear off the crostini with Buffalo Mozzarella and Chili Pepper with your hands and arrange it on toasted, sprinkled and garlic-rubbed bread. Put finely chopped hot chili over the cheese, salt with freshly ground salt and pepper, sprinkle with chopped basil leaves and pour a few drops of olive oil.
  • Krostini with Blue Noble Cheese Gorgonzola or some other blue noble cheese Fresh figs, pineapple and other fruits. Blue-blooded nobles are mostly "sharp" and salty cheeses, so they like sweet fruits such as figs, pineapples, etc.
  • Krostini with White Noble Cheese Brie or some other white noble cheese Pears, apples, raspberries, etc. Quince, grape or mandarin cheese
  • Krostini with Goat Cheese, etc. Blueberries, mangoes, walnuts, honey, thyme leaves, parsley, etc. Creamy goat cheese has a specific taste and goes fantastically with fruit, nuts and honey. Coat the bread with cheese and arrange the fruit on top.
  • Krostini with Goat Cheese, etc. Or, for example, toast the walnuts, chop them and sprinkle over the cheese, then drizzle with honey (fantastic combination). Or, for example, mix cheese with chopped parsley leaves, thyme or spring onions (green part only) and coat with slices of bread.
  • Chimichurri Avocado Bruschetta Cut the avocado in half, remove the stone and cut the beautiful and beautiful green "meat" into cubes and add and mix with spices (crushed garlic, hot chilli, dried oregano, butter oil, tartaric acid, lemon juice, paprika juice, lemon juice). ). Let it stand for a few minutes, then spoon the avocado on the toasted bread and enjoy :)
  • Krostini with Garlic, Tomato Juice and Basil It is very simple and very fine to rub fried bread with garlic and sliced ​​tomato, drizzle with olive oil and salt. It's just licking my fingers and I LOVE THIS VERY MUCH! :) I can't make a better picture of this bite and it's just fiiiinoooo :)
  • Crostini with Tomato Juice, Olives and Feta Cheese Just like the previous crostini, just now add a couple of chopped olives, a crumb of crushed feta cheese and a basil leaf - DIVOTA! :)
  • Bruschetta with Cucumber and Radish Or rub a piece of toasted bread with garlic, spread with butter, place on top of a slice of radish, add a little oil, salt and pepper. Super crunchy bite :)
  • Bruschetta with Spicy Cheese, Cucumbers, Radishes and Salmon Spread a piece of toasted bread with goat cream cheese with herbs and garlic, place on top of a slice of radish and add a little salmon and chopped dill.
  • Krostini with Spicy Cheese and Salmon Spread a piece of toasted bread with goat's cream cheese with herbs and garlic, place on top of a slice of salmon and dill, add salt and steam.
  • Krostini with Ricotta Cheese and Honey Rub the toasted bread with lemon zest, spread it with ricotta cheese, add a little salt and pepper and drizzle with honey. Great dessert :)
  • Krostini with Salmon and Cream Cheese Rub the toasted bread with garlic, generously spread the cream cheese, which is slightly diluted with water and herbs (dill and chives). Top with salmon and garnish with greens.
  • Crushed with Avocado, Feta Cheese and Salmon Crush the Avocado with a fork, add the crushed feta cheese, drizzle with lemon juice, pepper and a little salt if necessary, given that the feta is salty. Spread the bread profusely, put the leaves of some green salad and salmon over it and a small slice of lemon.
  • Krostini with Avocado and Tomatoes Crush Avocado with a fork, drizzle with lime juice, pepper and salt. Chop the small tomatoes and marinate them in oil, balsamic vinegar, crushed garlic, salt and pepper and chopped basil leaves. Spread avocado on the bread and place the marinated tomatoes on top.
  • Crush Guacamole Krostini Avocado with a fork, drizzle with lime juice, pepper and salt. Add chopped tomatoes, purple onion and mix everything well. Coat the bread with the mixture.
  • Bruschetta with Tomatoes & Haolumi Cheese Rub the toasted bread with garlic, add the grilled haloumi, top with sliced ​​tomatoes and a couple of capers. You can also add a slice of grilled balancane, even better. Drizzle a little olive oil, add freshly ground pepper and salt (carefully).
  • Egg and Avocado Omelet Bread Spread soft scrambled eggs with avocado and chili slices on toasted bread with seeds.
  • Crackers with Goat Cheese and Quince Cheese The picture is old even when Sunasce sent me a beautiful quince cheese from Argentina :)
  • Krostini with Avocado and Eggs Fork mash the avocado, add to the juice of lemon, salt and pepper and chopped chili - spread on bread and sprinkle with finely chopped hard-boiled egg.
  • Krostini with Brie Cheese, Tomatoes and Basil Put the brie snitica on toasted bread, arrange the sliced ​​tomatoes and basil leaf
  • Krostini with Zucchini Simmer the zucchini in a little olive oil for a short time, add finely chopped chili, salt, pepper and parsley leaves ... put the piles on toasted bread that you previously rubbed with garlic.
  • Crostini with Buffalo Mozzarella and Spicy Herbs Cut the cheese into slices and arrange on toasted and garlic-rubbed bread. In a little olive oil, put finely chopped herbs such as mazurka, sage, thyme and basil (or just one plant or a little at a time), salt and pepper and coat the slices with cheese.
  • Brie with Prosciutto and Olives Toasted baguette, sliced ​​cheese, place a piece of thinly sliced ​​prosciutto (Parma) on top and put olives in it
  • Krostini with Mushrooms (with and without spread) Toasted bread, cheese and quickly fried or baked mushrooms. I spread some breads with ricotta, some with goat cheese and some not at all - as for these mushrooms with mushrooms, they are my favorite without any spread. In a very hot pan, fry the mushrooms in very, very little butter, add white or red vein and chopped parsley and thyme ... then salt and pepper (all together take a few minutes). Arrange the piles on bread with or without cheese, garnish with parsley leaves.
  • Bake Krostini with Ricotta & Spec Italian speck in a pan without oil or in the oven and then chop it with your hands. On the toasted bread, apply heaps of cheese, sprinkle with crumbs of bacon and, if you want, add a little honey and balsamic vinegar.
  • Krostini with Roasted Pumpkin and Sage Put baking paper in a small pan / oleh and place pumpkin cubes on it. Drizzle with a little olive oil, salt and steam, sprinkle with nutmeg and cumin. Rub small toasted slices with garlic, spread with cheese and place cubes of roasted pumpkin on top. Quickly fry the sage leaves in a pan and place on the crostini. The combinations are varied; you can use goat cheese with herbs, or ricotta in which they put a little lemon zest and thyme, etc ... For me personally, goat cheese went best with roasted pumpkin.
  • Burrata Krostini x3 1) Rub the toasted bread with garlic, apply a teaspoon of two buratta, put small roasted tomatoes and basil leaves on top (I halved the tomatoes, peeled, salted and peppered, put some dried oregano and put in the oven on high heat). 2) Rub the toasted bread with garlic, apply a teaspoon of two burattes, put dried tomatoes and basil leaves on top (dried tomatoes are bought). 3) Rub the toasted bread with garlic, apply a teaspoon of two burattes, put strips of roasted peppers and basil leaves on top (there were enough strips of one pepper for a lot of bread). Narafski salt and pepper and drizzle with balsamic vinegar before serving.
  • Watermelon with goat cheese Cut the watermelon into the desired shapes and place on a serving tray, put a little cheese on top and sprinkle with a mixture of lemon juice and honey, pepper. Decorate the face with mint.
  • Melons in Prosciutto
  • Watermelon, melon and feta cheese
  • Strawberries, Cauliflower & Salmon
  • Dates Stuffed with Almonds Dates take out the stones and fill them with shrimp-free almonds.
  • Dates with Blue Noble Cheese Dates remove the stones. Mix cream cheese with blue cheese and fill with dates. Toast the hazelnuts a little, then chop and sprinkle over the cheese, garnish with chopped chives.
  • Avocado Toast In 5 Ways The base is the same - Wholemeal bread and avocado (a little salt and pepper, some with herbs and chili). - with roasted tomatoes, spices, etc. - roasted bacon (crushed) and herbs - crushed feta cheese, chili and chives - soft scrambled eggs with cream, prosciutto and parmesan - strawberries, radishes and spices
  • Krostini with Chorizo ​​Sausage and Goat Cheese Spread the toasted bread with goat cheese, put a couple of slices of sliced ​​sausage, a slice of tomato and a little chopped chives.
  • Bocconcini, Tomatoes and Basil Toast bread rubbed with garlic, bocconcini, small tomato, basil, a drop of two oils, salt and pepper
  • Krostini with Spinach & Cream Cheese Rub the toasted bread with garlic. Simmer the spinach briefly on the butter and let it cool. Put the spinach in a blender, add the cream cheese and roasted peppers, salt and pepper and chop a little. Spread the bread, sprinkle with grated cheese and put in the oven in a very hot oven (5 minutes is enough, just enough for the cheese to bake)
  • Krostini with Blue Moldy Cheese, Pear, Honey and Walnuts Spread blue moldy cheese on toasted bread, place a slice of pear on top, sprinkle with walnuts and drizzle with honey.
  • Cubes with Cheese and Salmon
  • Grilled Halloums with Legumes
  • Asparagus in Prosciutto
  • Fine Appetizers You can also serve them on toasted bread.
  • Tomatoes stuffed with potato salad Also fine small appetizers
  • Beetroot & Goat Cheese Salad
  • Tortilla Pizza Toasted tortillas as a base, on top of brie, tomatoes, walnuts ...
  • Sunka rolls (with cheese and cucumbers)
  • Roasted Peppers Stuffed with Tuna
  • Quickly Marinated Cheese & Olives Cheddar cut into cubes Fresh red pepper cut into cubes Olives in a piece without pits (if they are with pits, tell those present so that no one will damage the tooth) Sliced ​​garlic and herbs (oregano, basil, thyme, rosemary) in grain, chili pepper - optional) Olive oil and very little vinegar (white). Put everything in a jar or bowl, close and refrigerate for at least 4-5 hours (the more the better).
  • Chorizo ​​& Prawns Crostini Clean the prawns, cut the cnorizo ​​into slices and toast them a bit. When they are almost baked, stab them on a toothpick and then put one shrimp on it and continue baking for a few minutes. Make the sauce and serve with toasted bread.
  • Fruits, Vegetables, Cheese, Sunka & Prosciutto 1) Carve out a watermelon, melon / cat with a ball device or cut into cubes, prick on a stick for slices and add a piece of feta cheese and a basil leaf, pepper. 2) Wrap watermelon and / or melon balls in prosciutto and serve. 3) Cut the watermelon (pitted) into cubes and place on a serving tray, put a little cheese on top and sprinkle with a mixture of lemon juice and honey, pepper. Decorate the face with mint. 4) Cut the cucumber into thick slices / rings. Cut the watermelon (red) into triangles or circles. Cut feta cheese (goat or optional) into small slices and arrange in small piles; cucumber, watermelon, feta and ham and / or prosciutto and basil leaf. For the sauce, make balsamic vinegar - reduced aceto and serve in a small bowl on the side. 5) Cut the strawberry in half, put a piece of brie cheese on top and wrap everything with prosciutto.
  • Cucumber Rolls (x7) Wash the cucumber and cut it into thin slices. Place the slices on the work surface, wipe with a paper towel and fill as desired. It is important not to put too much filling on the cucumber slices, because then your rolls will be "messy". # 1 Mix Greek yogurt, curry powder and lime juice and thinly coat the cucumber slices. Sprinkle with chopped coriander or parsley leaves, fold over a slice of ham (or turkey breast-ham?), Then roll. If necessary, fasten with a toothpick. # 2 Spread the softened cream cheese on the slices of cucumber, put sliced ​​smoked salmon over it and roll it (if necessary, secure it with a toothpick). # 3 Smoked salmon, softened cream cheese and chopped dill mix well and coat the cucumber (snite), then roll. # 4 Mash the avocado with a fork, add finely chopped basil, a little lime juice, crushed garlic, salt, pepper and nutritional yeast (?). Mix all this well and spread over the cucumber. Roll up and sprinkle with red pepper. # 5 Pepper the cucumber slices, spread hummus with roasted garlic, sprinkle with crumbled feta cheese and pieces of roasted peppers (red). Roll up and put in the fridge. # 6 Mash the avocado and hard-boiled egg with a fork, add chopped chives and coat the cucumbers. Roll up and store in the fridge, until serving ... Or serve immediately :)
  • Small Delicious Snacks 1 Spread crackers with salted butter or some soft cheese (smoldering, goat, cream - optional) or not spread at all - put slices of cucumber, tomato, strawberry, avocado, etc. on top. Then a slice of prosciutto, salmon or ham or just a piece of some hard cheese, or olive. Or put slices of bocconcini, tomato and basil or some hard cheese and salami on the cracker. You can also boil a hard-boiled egg with some bread, pickles, salami and a little mayonnaise, etc. Cut the small tomato in half, roll the sliced ​​prosciutto, wrap the bocconcini with basil leaves and secure everything with a toothpick. The combination is a lot, and you like it :)
  • Crackers with Grapes & Cheese Cut the cheese into cubes or triangles and place on the crackers. Put a grape or olive on each piece of cheese, secure with a toothpick.
  • Snacks with Salmon / Ham or ProsciuttoDark bread (or pumpernickel) Coating (mayonnaise, sour cream, pickles, hard-boiled eggs, chopped chives or spring onions, salt and pepper). A slice of salmon or fine ham or prosciutto Capers or chopped chives.
  • Small Delicious Snacks 2 Dark bread (or pumpernickel) with cheese and olives Dark bread with ajvar and cheese Cheese cubes with shaking jam Bocconcini wrapped in prosciutto
  • With Tuna spread you can fill baskets, stack cucumber rings, crackers or pumpernickel bread, etc.
  • With Cheese and Dried Tomato spread, you can also fill baskets, coat breads, crackers, etc.
  • Guacamole is always welcome and very popular :)
  • Cubes with Spinach and Parmesan I made the dough myself, but also piles of spinach with Parmesan can be served on bread fetishes, etc ...


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