Organic Strawberry Bruschetta – Sonia’s Recipe

April 8, 2008 · 0 comments

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I promised to get you Sonia’s Strawberry Bruschetta recipe, so here you go!

photo by Clairity
Preheat broiler to high with rack 6″ from heating element. Combine sugar and cinnamon in a dish. Sprinkle mixture (probably not all) on buttered bread, then broil on baking sheet until toasted – 2-3 minutes.

Toss strawberries with sugar, basil, and lemon juice. Stir sour cream, yogurt, honey, and vanilla together in a separate bowl.

To assemble: spoon 2 T. berries with juice on each piece of toast. Dollop with 1 t. of sour cream.


She found an interesting link for making your own vanilla:

Sonia also did more vanilla research and found that there is Mexican vanilla sold as FDA approved, so consumers know it does not contain coumarin. “I had a hard time finding dates on a lot of the sites I looked for information; hard to tell just how current the info is. I think it’s best to encourage people to be sure they are buying pure vanilla extract and to be wary of where the vanilla originates.”


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