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I was surprised how much I liked the sweetness of this.
This dish was the hit of our tapas dinner party! I made it as written except for using a yellow pepper instead of red, and cutting it in half. The freshness sweetness of the peach is a nice contrast to the grilled pepper and the bite of the garlic, the fresh basil adds just the right touch.
Made for ZWT 8 Pick a Pepper Challenge by one of The Wild Bunch. Thanks for sharing Leslie, I'll be making this again!
This is a lovely version of bruschetta! Peaches and basil are a great combo and add a brightness to the tomatoes and roasted peppers. I did brush my baguette slices with garlic olive oil before toasting. Thanks for sharing your recipe! Made for ZWT8, Chefs gone WILD!
Wonderful different and easy to make! I used nectarines instead peaches and add 1Tbsp. of olive oil. My DH isn't crazy about basil so I used fresh chive. The fruit gives nice sweetness to it. Very refreshing! I spoon some on tasted baguette and some I reserved so serve with grilled chicken breast. Will make it again! Thank you Leslie!
Love this different kind of Bruschetta. The sweet flavours of the peaches and the roasted peppers are a different kind of treat. The sweetness is balanced by a little red wine vinegar. And I love the basil here, because peaches go so well together with this herb. The bread is toasted without oil and garlic as known for bruschetta, but I like it that way, because it would dominate the fruity notes too much in my opinion. I couldn't get fresh peaches, so I used canned ones. I should have used a bit more of vinegar to comoensate the sweetnes a bit more. Next time I will use fresh peaches for a wonderful light summer snack or appetizer.