I saw this recipe in the August issue of Bon Appetit
and just had to try it.
Start by roasting tomatoes
Brush baguette slices with the tomato marinade and then toast.
Top toasted breads with ricotta and thinly sliced prosciutto.
Finish with a topping of roasted tomatoes.
(I opted to leave off the microgreens since I was serving the bruschetta with a caesar salad)
This was incredibly delicious. I loved the creamy ricotta as opposed to a fresh mozzarella. Hubby and I agreed that we could have eliminated the prosciutto as well since the roasted tomatoes have such an intense flavor, amplified by the sweet and creamy ricotta topping the crispy toasts.
Roast tomatoes until skin is browned and blistered and tomatoes are very tender, about 35 minutes. Cool tomatoes on sheet. Maintain oven temperature.
Meanwhile, arrange bread slices on another rimmed baking sheet. Brush top of each with reserved marinade (including garlic and rosemary bits).
Roast bread until top is golden, 10 to 12 minutes. Cool toasts on sheet.
Spread 1 tablespoon ricotta cheese on each toast; sprinkle with pepper. Fold prosciutto halves over and place on ricotta. Arrange 2 tomato quarters atop prosciutto. Whisk lemon juice and remaining 1 teaspoon oil in medium bowl to blend; season with salt and pepper. Add microgreens and toss to coat. Top bruschetta with microgreens. Arrange on platter and serve.