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Bruschetta with Tracklements Roasted Cherry Tomato Relish

Bruschetta

I was sent a jar of the new Tracklements Roasted Cherry Tomato Relish to sample last week. Wanting to make the most of this lovely weather I decided to make some bruschetta to serve up as pre-BBQ nibbles.

I kept it simple and made two different toppings for the bruschetta, both using the Tracklements relish. One was parma ham, tomato relish and basil the other topping was tomato relish, goats cheese and basil. Before I grilled the ciabatta slices I rubbed them with a cut clove of garlic to enhance the flavour and then drizzled the bruschetta with extra virgin olive oil just before serving.

The Tracklements relish has a lovely sweetness and is very well seasoned. As well as the bruschetta I also used it as an accompaniment to BBQ meat, which worked well. At £2.85 a jar it seems reasonable considering the quality of the product and I will be seeking out other products in the Tracklements range soon - I love the sound of the Quince Cheese and Fruity Brown Ketchup!

BRUSCHETTA
By Beth Sachs, 4th July 2011

Ingredients:

  • 1 Large Ciabatta loaf, sliced
  • 1 Garlic clove, cut
  • 6 slices Parma ham
  • Goats Cheese
  • Jar of Tomato Relish
  • Basil leaves
Method:

  • Step 1: Preheat grill. Run the bread with the garlic clove and grill for a few minutes each side
  • Step 2: Assemble toppings as you wish (see photo above)
  • Step 3: Drizzle with Extra Virgin Olive Oil and serve.

Comments

  1. Both bruschetta toppings sound delicious! I've never heard of Tracklements, but I'll be looking out for their products too :) that relish sounds divine!

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  2. What a wonderful recipe! I do love good relish too!

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  3. Bruschetta has to be up there as one of the all time great finger foods. Love the sound of the relish too

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