Bruschetta is certainly one of Itali's most famous export to the world. It is basically Italian Roti Kosong, plain grilled bread rubbed with garlic and drizzled with olive oil. We make it a little fancy here ~ warm, cripsy bread topped with olive oil and with other freshest ingredients possible.
As I start to look more into Italian food, I find that their cooking is extremely simple in terms of ingredients but freshness is a must. There is pure elegance in the simplicity of the dishes unlike French which is attained through precision and complexity.
1) Cut cherry tomatos to quarters or cube shape. Roughly chop onion. Tear basils to smaller pieces.
2) Mixed all ingredients together and set aside. Season with salt and pepper or 1 tbsp of balsamic vinegerattes before topping onto grilled bread.
1) Chop mushrooms to squarish pieces. Season with salt and pepper and garlic and dried herbs.
2) Heat up pan with olive oil and add seasoned mushrooms. Saute until all liquid evaporates. Set aside.Assemble and serve.