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Bougie Girl In The Kitchen: Leftover Bun Bruschetta


 

Generally, bratwurst comes six to a package and there are eight hot dog buns in a bag.

This leaves me with two extra hot dog buns.

What to do?

A. Throw them away.
B. Buy more bratwurst.
C. Create a low-cost and yummy version of bruschetta.

I think I will go with Option C.


Here’s what you’ll need.

2 hot dog buns
4 teaspoons of extra virgin olive oil.
4 tbsps of diced tomatoes
2 garlic chopped garlic gloves
2 slices of Swiss Cheese

Pre-heat oven to 425 degrees for five minutes.
Tear the hot dog buns in half along the perforated edge.

Cut the slices of Swiss Cheese in half.

Brush the olive oil on the top of each half.

Place the garlic and the Swiss cheese on each half..

Cook for 5 to 7 minutes.

Let cool and place the tomatoes on top of each of the halves of the hot dog buns.




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