Even though school is getting ready to start, warm weather and BBQ’s are still in full swing. Here is an article for a delicious “Bruschetta On The Grill Recipe”. This recipe take the bruschetta a bit further with it’s amazing Dijon mustard and mayo spread that your family and friends are sure to love on its own or with your favorite seafood. Also included are some helpful links and a video on how to add some great seafood to this recipe! Don’t forget to keep checking back for more updates and recipes!
Bruschetta On the Grill Recipe – Big Daddy’s Seafood Market
Prep: Fifteen minutes + chilling (Thirty minutes)
Grill: Five minutes
Makes: Eight to Ten servings
What You Will Need:
Six seeded and chopped plum tomatoes
One cup of freshly chopped celery
One quarter cup of freshly minced basil
Three Tbsp of balsamic vinegar
Three Tbsp of olive oil
Three Tbsp of Dijon mustard
Two freshly minced garlic cloves
One half tsp of salt
What You Will Need For The Mayo Spread:
One half cup of mayonnaise
One quarter cup of Dijon mustard
One Tbsp of finely chopped green onion
One minced garlic clove
Three quarters tsp of dried oregano
One lb of cut French bread (half inch slices)
How To Prepare:
First you will need a large bowl. In that bowl you will combine the plum tomatoes, chopped celery, the two minced garlic cloves, minced basil, vinegar, three Tbsp of Dijon mustard, olive oil and salt. Then cover and refrigerate your mixture for at least thirty minutes. While that chills we will make the mayo spread. For this you will need a small bowl to mix the mustard, mayo, garlic, onion, and oregano. Mix together well and set it aside.
Next you will ned to grill your bread slices over a medium-low heat and uncovered for just one to two minutes. They should be lightly toasted. Turn over your bread and spread the mayo mixture on them. Grill the bread for an additional one to two minutes. The bottoms of bread the bread should be nice and toasted. Next drain your tomato mixture and spoon it over the tops of the bread. Serve and enjoy!
Here is a how-to video for adding shrimp to the recipe:
Originally posted 2020-02-11 12:59:18.