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Herbed ricotta bruschettas from Barefoot Contessa How Easy Is That?: Fabulous Recipes & Easy Tips by Ina Garten

  • scallions
  • ricotta cheese
  • chives
  • dill
  • sourdough bread

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Accompaniments: Green salad vinaigrette

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    The following recipe for homemade ricotta can be used.

  • Delys77 on November 04, 2012

    Pg 73 This was a great little dish. I had to put together a quick little starter and this came together very quickly and very easily. I hadn't read the review by breadcrumbs but I too was worried there was no garlic in the dish so I rubbed the bruschetta with a cut clove, which was just perfect. The finished dish has a simple and very fresh flavour that is rich but pefectly offset by the acid in the vinaigrette.

  • Breadcrumbs on February 26, 2012

    p. 71 I was looking for a quick and easy recipe to use up some fresh ricotta. This recipe hit the mark since it called for ingredients we had on hand. Green onions, dill, and chives are chopped then stirred into the ricotta along w some salt and pepper. Since we didn’t rub our bruschetta w garlic, I added some chopped garlic to the cheese mixture as well. This cheese spread was fresh tasting and flavourful, so delicious w the grilled bread. Though we enjoyed this during the depths of winter, I can only imagine how sensational it would be during the summer months when I can pick the ingredients from my garden. This is a keeper, just a lovely recipe.

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