Since the past 3 years, I’ve absolutely fallen in love with arranging brunches and high-teas. This very easy bruschetta dip has become a pet favourite for me, simply because of its versatility and time saving attributes. This dip goes well with so many options. I personally love using bruschetta chips with this asian style dip. But I’ve also tried with nachos, and regular Italian bread rolls. Oh, and this dip can also become a great edition to your cheese platter!
NOT YOUR TYPICAL EASY BRUSCHETTA
Most of you already know, but I’ll just put it down here for educational purposes: A typical Bruschetta is an Italian starter dish which consists of grilled bread, rubbed with spices and herbs and usually has tomatoes and vegetables as toppings.
This bruschetta dip uses very similar ingredients to its classic Italian counterpart. It has tomatoes, green chillies, garlic, onions and few Asian sauces to spice it up. What sets this particular Bruschetta recipe apart, is that the tomatoes are cooked and prepared in a more Asian manner.
GETTING TO KNOW THE METHOD
The steps are very easy to follow and even if you are a beginner, you will be able to make this without any problems. You simply chop the chilies, onions and garlic and give them a nice golden brown color. You only need to use around 1 tbsp of oil to do this. Then you toss in the tomatoes and cover the lid and let it cook.
Once your tomoatoes look like in the picture above, you know your done. Then I add all my sauces and spices and just cook it for about another minute or so. I love adding raw onions after I’ve completed the cooking. It just adds more texture and a slight crunch that goes very well with the other ingredients used.