This Crispy Slices Recipe is a lifesaver when you’re hungry, have few ingredients at hand + feeling a tad too lazy to go groceries shopping. Easy, Quick & Tasty! Need I say more?
Lately, I seem to often surprise myself with this sudden urge to make something for eating or drinking, I seem to be enjoying the kitchen way more than I used to. And whatever it is that I would make, I really enjoy it, mainly because it is something that I, myself, made. I put a real effort, and I cherish it.
And it’s still nothing too complicated, nothing chef-y or big, like these crispy slices you’re seeing here. But, it’s a start, and since I’m learning how to be more patient with how things are going and appreciative of every moment down the way, I am giving a self-five ‘cause of the effort and all the little changes I’ve always wanted to make and never did, but am doing now. Plus, look how tasty!
And, oh, I almost forgot… Isn’t it funny how every time when you have almost nothing to eat, it’s usually a bad time, like late and you don’t have where to buy stuff, or you’re too lazy to go to the supermarket (mostly my case). Well, those are the times you’re gonna have to accept the challenge and make yourself a meal with the few ingredients you have at the moment. I’m thankful to those moment, for they are the main reason I learned how not to die of hunger. And how not to be laughed at for freakin’ out and losin’ my s*it in the kitchen.
Crispy Slices Recipe.
There isn’t a rule or a strict recipe for making these, this is as simple as it gets (of course, I’m a beginner, I’m obviously not cooking lobster or anything). I suppose they are a bruschetta bread of sorts, they are very, very much similar, you’ll see bellow.
Anyhow, the making-of steps. First, I turned the oven to 250°C and then I’ve spread some olive oil on the slices of bread. Then, I rubbed the slices with a little old-garlic clove, cut in half first. I’ve also grated one really small clove of the old garlic on top of the slices (I’m not the biggest garlic fan, so some might want more garlic-y bread, while here, it’s almost unnoticeable, as garlic can be). The tomato, cut in small pieces, and some onion leaves, on the bread slices. And, on top of it all, I’ve spread dried basil and sesame.
Once again, the oven – preheated to 250°C, and then I baked these for about 15 minutes. Nice, nice, nice, nice, nice… nice. Okay, thanks. Have a kick-ass day.
Any crispy slices recipe alternative I should know about? Share your go-to recipe that’s been saving you when you can’t or don’t feel like prepping anything too complicated! I’d love to add more quick and easy stuff on my list!
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