Our Occupational Therapists have put together some easy to read and follow recipes. This week we bring you yummy bruschetta.
|10 tomatoes (whatever tomatoes you like)||Chopping board and knife|
|1 garlic clove||Bowl|
|Basil||Tablespoon and teaspoon measure|
|1-2 table spoon extra virgin olive oil|
|3 teaspoons of balsamic vinegar|
|Salt and pepper|
|Crusty bread e.g. ciabatta|
- Wash hands with soap and water
- Clear bench
- Gather all of the ingredients
- Gather all of the cooking equipment
- Wash the tomato and basil under cold water in the sink
- Chop tomatoes in to bite size pieces and place in bowl (use your safe chopping technique and ask for help if you need)
- Scoop out the seeds from the tomato (you don’t need these for this recipe so you can throw them away).
- Tear the basil leaves and place in the bowl with the tomatoes (you may not need all the basil, taste it after shredding 5 leaves to see if you need to add more)
- Add the olive oil, balsamic vinegar, salt and pepper
- Slice the bread, roughly 1cm thick and place 4 pieces on a plate
- Rub with the garlic clove
- Top the bread with the tomato mix
Flyer- Recipes Tomato Brushetta to print and keep at home.
This recipe has been adapted from a recipe published on Taste.com.au
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