October 11, 2009

quick ideas - goat cheese bruschetta

i shouldn't even call it a recipe. it's too simple to be called like that, so maybe rather... an idea? a quick solution for a quick meal? my mom always says that in the matter of food i am able to create something from nothing, but in this case we are speaking about the goat cheese so "nothing" is not the right word. actually i simply love the goat cheese. the one you can see in the picture is a simple camoscio d'oro - an italian supermarket cheese that pretends to be a french brie (and pretends well because is simply delicious).

to make this lovely meal-not-meal you just need some good cheese (not necessarily goat brie), some slices of stale bread, few origano leaves (also dry are good), a baking pan and the oven. after 10 minutes in the oven you will only need to hide your cheese bruschetta before somebody steal it. be careful when you are running away with your bruschetta. the pan may be hot :)

26 comments:

Carolyn @ My Backyard Eden said...

You're making me hungry! I love bruschetta! Now I have another version to try!

Claudia Medeiros said...

This is the kind of recipe I love ! Thanks for sharing :)
Have a great Sunday !

kaunis said...

I was looking for you on my blog roll and realized you weren't there! Oh well you there now! :D BTW, thx for all the comments!

Beach Vintage said...

Yum, I need this snack right now with my Monday morning coffee. Gteat idea.

gaelikaa said...

Beautiful recipe. Your cheese looks like Indian paneer!

{lorelailette<3} said...

im going to eat now... after hearing about that wonderful mean im starved!!

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Krissy said...

Boy does that look amazing! Yumm!

Chocolate Lover said...

I love goat cheese and I love bruschetta! yum!

Lavender said...

I arrived at your lovely blog via another one in The Netherlands; wow such a simple and tastefull idea for the goatcheese and bread. I keep watering my mouth witch all the nice food thoughts and pictures here. the picture of all the different veggies; so good!

Greetings from the netherlands
Lavender

Melissa B. said...

I'm having friends over for dinner next weekend, and have been looking for a new appetizer. Thanks for sharing...I'm going to try this!

Helen McGinn said...

I'm so glad I stopped by from SITS; I've just spend 10 minutes drooling through your posts...delicious!
*heaven...I'm in heaven...*

Yaya said...

Mmmmmm!


PS Thank you for stopping by on my special day!

kaunis said...

Hey Justyna!
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Bye Bye!

Kristin said...

Now, that is right up my alley!

Melissa, Multi-Tasking Mama said...

Ummmmm, hmmmmm, hmmmm. That looks soo yummy!

Torie Jayne said...

Looks and sounds so yummy! Have a sweet day! x

Widge said...

yummo! that looks great. I love goats cheese. gorgeous blog you have too :)

cat said...

This sounds so yummy!

My Farmhouse Kitchen said...

Hello Justyna...I'm so glad to have found you too..we really do have alot in common...and you're all the way in Milan, Italy....my family is from Genoa. But as you know, I am on the Central Coast of California...I'll be following you too...

More later,
Kary

Kimberly said...

What a fabulous meal - perfecto!

The Grown-Up Child said...

Wow! So easy and yet looks delish! I'll have to try this. Thanks for stopping by my blog the other day.

Bullfrogs & Butterflies Baby said...

Mmmmm, perfect for a goat cheese junkie like me! Thanks for stopping by today :)

bluecottonmemory said...

That's the kind of recipe that my friends and I would love to eat when we get together! Double Yum!

Sara said...

That is the most brilliant thing I've ever seen.

Bruschetta? Yes.
Goat cheese? Yes.
Taking pictures of food? Hell yes.

Karine said...

Goat cheese quesadilla! What an amazing idea! Thanks for sharing :)

~KS said...

Mmmmm... this sounds quite tasty, and simple... which is perfect for busy me!

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