The sauce known as bruschetta is an excellent complement for pizzas, pastas, or even for eating as an appetizer before a meal. This recipe was created in Italy, during the 15th century in the Tuscany region.
Originally this sauce did not contain tomatoes, and was only made from olive oil and garlic with day-old leftover bread. It was a common meal for poor families, but when the recipe was adopted by high social classes, bruschetta took on a whole new meaning. From then on, diced tomato was added and a great importance was placed on using high quality olive oil.
In my opinion, this is a delicious sauce that can be used as the base for many dishes, which makes it a perfect recipe for sharing with you all.
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