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Very yummy! Never thought of salting bread, but it gives it a nice flavor. I followed other reviewers and also added some minced garlic too.
So good! So quick! So easy! You can't go wrong. The taste was lovely and light. I followed the directions as posted and was very pleased with the results!
Great recipe! I used Zupse Bread Swiss Bread Zupse Bread Swiss Bread for making it and used garlic flavoured olive oil. It was excellent topped with cut up fresh tomatoes, parma ham and a bit of basil.
Wonderful bruschetta!! I used homegirl's Country White Bread Country White Bread that I made for the Random Draw tag game. Sliced the bread thinly and placed in the oven. I did rub the bread with garlic before adding the olive oil, salt, and oregano. Served with katie in the up's Green Olive Relish (basic) Green Olive Relish (basic). Thank you evelyn, I enjoyed another of your great recipe!!
Such a simple recipe which has great flavour. I used french bread but will try with sourdough next time. This is a perfect recipe for when unexpected visitors drop by as it is so quick to make. I piled some with Baked Cherry Tomatoes and Feta #134738 and the combination was perfect.
I used French Bread, and I did rub a garlic clove over the toasted bread before drizzling with EVOO and sprinkling with oregano and sea salt. Delicious!
The flavours are so simple, but so good. It is so easy to make as well. I used French Bread I made myself for these and actually brushed a little olive oil on before grilling it as well. Delish. Thanks for posting! :D
To die for. I toasted my French baguette slices on the stovetop and then followed the recipe as directed, drizzling and sprinkling to my heart's content - it was fun to make. The next time I make it I'll have to share with my family. Maybe.
This was my first taste of Greek oregano. Evelyn, this tasted amazing! I did use table salt, but the flavors were so wonderful together. The only addition I made was a little minced garlic. This is something I will be making over and over. The way I did this was I put some dried oregano in a small dish, crushed it a little, then sprinkled olive oil over that, then added the salt and garlic. I let it sit for a while and used a pastry brush to scoop up all of this yummy goodness to brush it on toasted wheat bread. Even my kids liked it!