Recipe by Mission® Foods
"If you've never tried strawberries and balsamic together, now's the time. This unexpected pairing is an ideal way to start a meal and the perfect snack to pass around at parties."
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Mission® Artisan® Multigrain Tortillas
part-skim ricotta cheese
Non-stick cooking spray, as needed
sliced fresh strawberries
chopped fresh basil
pine nuts, toasted
I love all these ingredients.
It was great as an appetizer but I think I am going to try it as a salad.
I doubled the basil, honey and just used balsamic. No glaze.
I highly recommend this for a big change from the ordinary same-ol-same
This recipe sounded so interesting I was just waiting to love it! Ended up a little disappointed. Not terrible just not great. Maybe the tortillas? Not sure what it was but probably won't try this one again.
This was super yummy! Made them for a party. Everyone loved them. I will be making them again.
When does the salt go in?
I’d give this 5 stars for flavor and eye appeal, but a 2 or 3 for practicality. Bruschetta is finger food to me, but there was no way we could eat this without a fork. You get the tortillas too crisp, and they’ll just crack/crumble when you cut them. Not crisp enough and the toppings will make them collapse. I think the solution may be simple...cut the tortillas before you bake them crisp. Wasn’t quite sure what a “balsamic glaze” was or where to buy it, so I just did a balsamic reduction until it reached a thick syrupy stage, and it added great flavor. My hubby really liked the concept and taste, so I’ll try this again cutting the tortillas and then baking so they’ll be crisp enough to hold the toppings and not collapse. Strawberries, basil, arugula, and the creamy ricotta really is a winning combination.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Strawberry-Balsamic Ricotta Bruschetta
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 59
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