I made these as finger snacks on a night when a group of us were getting together for Friskies (gin and Fresca) at our apartment. I used a can of diced tomatoes, about a tablespoon or so of dried basil (my supermarket didn't have any fresh basil this time of year), a spoonful of minced garlic from the jar, and regular salt. I sliced the bread pretty thick (like Texas toast sized slices), coated each with olive oil cooking spray, and toasted them at 350 in the oven for about 7 minutes. I then spooned the mixture onto them, since my friends wanted it "warmed up." It was a hit! They devoured about 4 to 5 slices each and asked for more, so I whipped up another batch, but this time instead of putting the cheese in the mixture itself, I left it out and sprinkled it in a mound on top. It was pretty good, but I think fresh tomatoes and fresh basil will make it so much better. Thanks for making me the "best wife ever!" :)
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I made these as finger snacks on a night when a group of us were getting together for Friskies...