<center><u>(Makes 8 - 12 servings)</u></center><br>
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If you want to add a little something extra to the bruschetta, then try topping with a few pine nuts or pumpkin seeds.<br><br>
See also <a href="/blog/project.php?id=64">Dessert Bruschetta</a>.
Cut a baguette in to short slices and brush the top sides of the bread with olive oil and grill in an oven for 7 minutes.
Finely chop the tomatoes and the basil, place in a bowl and mix in the remaining olive oil and the minced garlic cloves.
Remove the bread from the grill when toasted and rub the top with a garlic half.
Place a small amount of the tomato mixture on top of each slice of bread and serve.