The idea to copy comes from the MiCasa toasteria in Milan and is perfect for receiving friends. Especially when they are numerous
Copying chefs' recipes is often impossible, frustrating and unsatisfactory. Copying ideas as a presentation or a combination, however, is often very feasible. This time the inspiration comes thanks to one of the menu proposals of the MiCasa toasteria, but it is not a toast. The first toasteria of Milan – like the Enigmista Week – boasts countless attempts at imitation and opened in the NoLo district in the distant 2013. It obviously serves toasts that look like club sandwiches, bread spread with jam or chocolate and some salads. Everything revolves around the bread, and when it advances it becomes crouton.
The bruschetta in the glass
The bruschetta in the glass is a dish of recycling, a crispy panzanella, a deconstructed classic. They make it with pieces of toasted and crunchy bread, seasoned tomato and a robiola cream and aromatic herbs. Very easy and modifiable with other ingredients, adding cucumbers, onion, black olives and feta, grilled vegetables and flaked almonds, or combining raw zucchini, lemon and mint …
Practical, you can prepare it with a little advance, it is perfect for a standing aperitif, a picnic or a buffet. At the toasteria MiCasa they serve as an appetizer, as an aperitif, or just during lunches and catering that they organize around the city. With their Spritz al Tabasco slightly spicy, it's great.