Here is a classical of the Italian cuisine with these delicious bruschettas. What I preferred was the association of the sweetness of the tomato with the crunchy bread.
The idea of the bruschetta is to use some old bread (so that you don’t throw them away): add some ingredients on the top and the old bread becomes much more interesting.
Count 2 pieces per person for a starter and 4 for a main course.
Ingredients (for 4 pieces)
4 small bread slices
1 ball mozzarella
2 slices raw ham
First prepare a tomato sauce: plunge the tomatoes 30 seconds into boiling water and peel them. Blend them with some chopped basil and 1 or 2 soup spools olive oil. Don’t make the sauce too liquid, otherwise it will soak the bread. Remove the excess of water.
Preheat the oven at 200°.
Put the bread slices on a grid, pour a trickle of oil and tomato sauce.
Cut the ham slices in 2 and the mozzarella in slices. On each bruschetta, put a slice of mozzarella and some ham.
Bake for 8-10 minutes.
Serve immediately with a green salad.