A few weeks ago I made a chicken recipe with Bella Sun Luci Sun Dried Tomatoes from Mooney Farms, a California farm-family business. Mooney Farms had also sent a jar of Bella Sun Luci Bruschetta, but we didn’t open it until a few days ago. The Farmer and I discovered that we were all alone at supper time, and there were no leftovers in the fridge. We were both ready to have a bite to eat and a nice bottle of wine at the end of the day. I remembered that jar of Bruschetta and looked around to see what we could serve with it. I found some flat bread, avocados, a package of Roland Grilled Artichoke Hearts , some salsa and a jar of baby corn. We were in business! First we tasted the Bella Sun Luci Bruschetta on the flat bread all by itself. Delish! Ingredients include crushed tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, basil, sun dried tomatoes, canola oil, basil, parmesan cheese, walnuts, pinenuts, garlic puree, herbs, spices and salt. It’s like a mini artisan pizza!
The Farmer mashed up some avocado and mixed in the salsa to make easy guacamole. I cut up more of the flat bread and tried various combinations of bruschetta, avocado, and guacamole on top of the bruschetta.
It was all delicious, and when we were finished, The Farmer suggested that we keep a jar of that delicious bruschetta in our pantry at all times! It would be perfect as a sauce for mini-pizza, spread on a sandwich or mixed into a salad dressing. There is no trans fat and it’s gluten free too! If you need more ideas, check out the Mooney Farms website for recipes!