This recipe is simplicity, laziness and smartness. Does it ever happen to you not even being able to remember which day of the week it is? Well, that’s a sign you need to rest and make these bruschette for dinner. These Goast’s Cheese Bruschette are the perfect, quick, lazy and tasty dinner you deserve on those days.
This has been a very crazy period in my life. Which is crazy as everything is closed and I’m very much less busy than a couple of months ago. However, as so many things have changed, I feel like I need to rest and not to worry if I’m not 100% myself.
Going back to these bruschette, you’ll be surprised by the contrast between the sweet beetroot or jam and the savory goat’s cheese. It’s just a quick and easy comfort food you deserve every now and then. Especially when everything around you seems to be upside down. These colours and flavours, paired with a great white wine, will make you feel immediately better!
“A woman who can eat a real bruschetta is a woman you can love and who can love you. Someone who pushes the thing away because it’s messy is never going to cackle at you toothlessly across the living room of your retirement cottage or drag you back from your sixth heart attack by sheer furious affection. Never happen. You need a woman who isn’t afraid of a faceful of olive oil for that.”Nick Harkaway, The Gone-Away World
Lazy but Tasty Goat’s Cheese Bruschette with Beetroot or Strawberry Jam
- oven tray
- Cutting Board
- sauce pan
- electric blender
- 1 Bread Loaf
- 300 gr Goat's Cheese
- 2 Big Beetroots
- 3 tbsp Strawberry Jam
- to taste Salt and Pepper
- to taste Honey
- as required Olive Oil
- Remove the skin and cut the beetroots into pieces. Boil for about 10-15 min in salted water, until tender.
- Warm up the oven at 180C. Drain the beetroots and blend with a tbsp of oilve oil, salt and pepper, add a bit of water if the mixture is too dense.
- Cut the bread into slices, arrange them on a baking tray and spray some olive oil on top. Toast in the oven for 20 min, turning them on the other side half way through.
- Cut the Goat's cheese into slices and start shaping up the bruschette. Spread some beetroot sauce or some strawberry jam on the bread and top with a couple of slices of cheese. Grill in the for other 5 min if you wish. Add some pepper and some honey on top and enjoy your lazy, tasty dinner!
I do have a scientific mind, probably it’s the reason why I love to hide in the kitchen and start creating.
My cooking is healthy, fun and colorful… and really tasty!
What are you waiting for? Grab your apron and start creating with me!