Food Network and Martha Stewart both provide recipes for homemade bruschetta that include tomatoes, onions, garlic and olive oil. Both recipes suggest serving the bruschetta with a sliced and toasted baguette. More » Food Cooking Bread

Preparing the classic bruschetta recipe is relatively simple and it makes use of easy to obtain ingredients such as tomatoes, basil and garlic. Bruschetta is considered to be an antipasto, which means that the dish is us... More » Food Cooking Vegetables

The most basic bruschetta recipe uses Italian bread, extra virgin olive oil, and chopped up toppings such as tomato, onion and garlic. This classic recipe takes approximately 10 minutes to make. More » Food Cooking

The ingredients for an easy Italian bruschetta recipe include garlic, extra-virgin olive oil, tomatoes, basil and crusty loaf bread as well as salt to taste. Another easy recipe calls for Parmesan cheese and balsamic vin... More » Food Cooking Bread

An easy recipe for homemade spaghetti sauce requires the following ingredients: two teaspoons of olive oil, one half of a small onion diced into small squares, two chopped green onions, two teaspoons of crushed garlic, o... More » Food Cooking

A basic recipe for pizza dough calls for bread flour, sugar, yeast, salt, olive oil and water, according to Food Network's Bobby Flay. Alternately, all-purpose flour can be used instead of bread flour for a chewier crust... More » Food Cooking Bread

Giada De Laurantiis' simple tomato sauce recipe consists of tomatoes, onions, garlic, celery, carrots, basil, bay leaves, olive oil and an option of adding unsalted butter. The butter is used for lowering the acidic tast... More » Food Cooking