Rosemary Thyme Croustades
These toasts are super versatile and can be used as a substitute for a cracker. They can be served with cheese, spreads, soups or salad . They are easy to make and will last for a week or more if properly stored in an airtight container. Every host should have these on hand to put out when you have visitors or just want to serve up a family snack.
Grow Your Own!
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 teaspoons chopped fresh rosemary and thyme
1 garlic clove, minced
Sliced Italian bread
Stir oil, rosemary and garlic in small pan over low heat for approx. 2-3 minutes.
Arrange bread slices on baking sheet. Brush with oil herb mixture. Add S&P to taste. Broil until the bread is golden brown. Allow to cool a bit then serve.
Recipe and Photo courtesy of Andrea Correale
CEO & Founder Elegant Affairs Caterers
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Andrea Correale has been producing custom-designed, award-winning New York events for more than 20 years, catering to dozens of celebrities including Mariah Carey, Adam Sandler, Liam Neeson, Jimmy Fallon, and Billie Eilish – to name a few!