Avocado Bruschetta


Everybody knows probably the classic Italian bruschetta with raw tomatoes and tons of garlic on a toasted slice of bread.


That is a good one. But it gets even better with this variation and instead of being “only” an antipasto – this option will be filling enough to keep you going from lunch to dinner. 


You can eat it with sourdough toast, but also bagels are superb and very easy to transport when you wish to make it a packed lunch or picnic.


Make sure to drain the tomatoes properly or to take out all seeds, you really don't want to have a soaked sandwich. 
If you want to leave the seeds you can drain the tomatoes by salting them, letting them stay for 30 mins afterwards letting them drain in a sieve for several minutes. Easiest though is to get rid of the seeds.


This recipe will be enough for 4 bagels or 4 slices of bread.
Avocado doesn't keep very well, so best is to make only the amount you want to eat. If you don't might to have a greyish colour, you can also keep it in the fridge for one day though.


=>> See more vegan sandwich variations

=>> See more ideas for avocado recipes 


Have a look at the health benefits of the ingredients in this recipe.

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