This is truly the easiest appetizer ever. And a true crowd pleaser. I promise.
Yes, I know that the actual definition of bruschetta is “ an Italian appetizer consisting of toasted bread slices drizzled with olive oil and usually topped with tomatoes and basil.” (from dictionary.com), but I’m using the term loosely because I can’t think of a better title for it. Parmesan Toasts just doesn’t sound right, you know?
There are 3 ingredients, 4 if you count the bread. You need a sliced baguette, mayonnaise, diced onion and shredded parmesan. That’s it!
Mix the parmesan, mayo and onion together and spread on the baguette slices, which you should have arranged on a baking sheet.
Pop them under the broiler until they start to brown up just a tad.
Arrange them on a nice serving dish and voila! Easy, right?!
1 baguette, sliced into rounds
1/2 sweet onion, diced
1 1/2 C. mayonnaise
1 C. shredded parmesan cheese
Arrange the baguette rounds on a baking sheet. Mix together the onion, mayonnaise and parmesan in a bowl. Spread the parmesan mixture on the baguette rounds. (You can even just plop a dollop of it in the center. It will spread as it cooks.) Broil until the top begins to brown just slightly. Take out immediately and serve.