What to Put on My Rustic Loaf?

Quick Snack

by Sharon Maher on January 17, 2014

in Bread, Food, Recipes

I have made a rustic loaf using flour from my local windmill. I can eat it straight from the oven with some butter, but I have been thinking about being a little bit more adventurous.

Here are three of my ideas:

As avocados are classed as a super food, helping in the fight against wrinkles, I thought perhaps I should use it as a topping for my rustic loaf. 


I toasted the bread and spread it with a good quality hummus, mixed sliced avocado with lemon juice, finely chopped chilli and a few onion seeds, and placed it on top of the hummus. I then seasoned with just a little black pepper.  It was delicious and good for my face too.

With lots of chilli chutney made, I thought it would be a good idea to incorporate it.  First I spread the rustic slices with my chilli chutney, and then topped it with thinly sliced mozzarella, drizzled with a good olive oil and a twist of pepper.

Finally, I topped a slice of my rustic loaf with thinly sliced (quartered and cored) apple, splashed with lemon juice, crumbled creamy blue cheese and chopped walnuts.  Walnuts are a great omega-3 fat and are rich in magnesium, vitamin B6, iron and calcium;  so good for my diet.

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