By Eddy − On Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 5 years ago in Bread Recipes
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Portuguese Style Toast with Olives & Cheese Recipe


This delicious Portuguese style toast with olives, cheese, garlic and olive oil, takes no time to make and is great for a quick meal.
Portuguese Style Toast with Olives & Cheese Recipe


Preparation time 10 min
Cooking Time 10 min
Ready In 20 min
Level of DifficultyVery Easy
Servings2

Ingredients

4 slices of ​​rustic Portuguese bread1/2 cup of sliced black olives3 sprigs of fresh parsley1/2 clove of garlic2 tablespoons of olive oil1/2 cup of grated mozzarellaExtra cheese (to taste)
4 slices of ​​rustic Portuguese bread1/2 cup of sliced black olives3 sprigs of fresh parsley1/2 clove of garlic2 tablespoons of olive oil1/2 cup of grated mozzarellaExtra cheese (to taste)
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Preparation

  1. Preheat oven to 200ºC or 400ºF.
  2. Put all the ingredients (except the bread) in a mixer cup and chop until you get the desired consistency.
  3. Spread this paste on the slices of bread and add some more cheese on top.
  4. Bake for about 5 minutes or until the bread is crispy.
Recipe & Photo Credit: Bakinginlisbon

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