Tomato, Blue Cheese, and Prosciutto Bruschetta: A Great Morsel

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Originally an antipasto from Italy, bruschetta now comes in all shapes, sizes, and fashion as we learn to experiment with global food markets. One this you can be assured of, however, is the fact that many of the ingredients for this delicious appetizer can be sourced right here in Texas.

Bella Vista Ranch Texas Olive Oil, located in Wimberley, Texas, features a tasting room stocked with their fresh olive products, including Extra-Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) as well as a large variety of foods that complement their products, which are also grown on their property. They sell cured olives, preserves, and kinds of vinegar that will help you produce some amazing appetizers, mains, and delicious dressings your guests will be talking about for a long time to come. But, getting back to the Tomato, Blue Cheese, and Prosciutto Bruschetta, you’re going to want to ensure your friends bring their appetites to dinner, because this recipe is a keeper, and will keep them coming back for more! Shared by California Olive Ranch, it’s the perfect starter to whet their appetites, and you’ll wonder why you hadn’t thought of it before now.

Tomato, Blue Cheese, and Prosciutto Bruschetta

Tomato, Blue Cheese, and Prosciutto Bruschetta: Now That’s a Great Mouthful


Key ingredients for this recipe include:

Canned Tomatoes


French Baguette Bread

Extra-Virgin Olive Oil

Blue Cheese



California Olive Ranch has all ingredient measurements, preparation process, and serving suggestions available on their website. They also give credit to Muir Glen Organic for the recipe. Incorporating an EVOO that’s made in Texas isn’t absolutely necessary for the mixture provided here, however, the substitution wouldn’t diminish the quality by any stretch of the imagination. Great ingredients can be found locally, which also supports local economies!