August 2, 2019
Bruschetta is an Italian word for grilled bread rubbed with fresh garlic and topped with whatever you want. In our case, the favoured topping is going to consist of sliced porcini fried in butter. As you can already suspect, this week’s recipe is more of an idea than a recipe itself.
What we’ll need is one or two fresh porcinis, some bread, butter, a clove of garlic and salt.
We put our bread into a preheated oven for 4 minutes or toaster if we have nothing else that day to bake and want to save energy. Bread should be hard enough for garlic to be rubbed on the top of it. We should peel the garlic clove first and cut it in half.
We then melt the butter in a pan, slice porcini and fry them on each side till they get some brownish colour. Add salt to taste while frying. When the porcini are done we place them on the top of our bruschetta. Serve while still warm.