The noun bruschetta (plural bruschette) comes from the Roman dialect verb bruscare, the equivalent of the Italian word abbrustolire which means 'to toast', or 'to roast over coals'. Toasting bread and soaking it with freshly pressed olive oil is "a practice probably as old as Rome itself". Slice the baguette loaf diagonally into 12 thick slices and lightly toast them until they are light brown on both sides. Serve the mixture on the warm slices of bread. If you prefer the mixture at room temperature, remove from the fridge half an hour before serving. Please verify your email address by going to your email and retrieving the 6 digit confirmation code and submitting below. 11 Apple Crumble Recipes for Celebrating Fall If you're craving a sweet fall treat, look no further than these apple crumble recipes. Crumbles get their name because the fruit filling is typically covered with a crumbly mix of butter, flour, and sugar, creating a delightful golden brown topping once baked. Bruschetta is a traditional Italian item in which small slices of bread are topped with such things as tomato, basil, and mozzarella cheese, as is the case in this delightful recipe. Bruschetta [brusˈketːa, anhören? / i] gehört zu den italienischen Antipasti.Das ursprüngliche „Arme-Leute-Essen“ stammt aus Mittel-und Süditalien.Frisch geröstetes Brot, wie etwa Pane Pugliese (mit harter Kruste), wird noch warm mit einer halbierten Knoblauchzehe eingerieben und anschließend mit Olivenöl beträufelt, nach Belieben gepfeffert und gesalzen und sofort verzehrt.