Fresh and healthy Roasted Fish Bruschetta. An Italian favorite, perfect for summer.
Today I’m sharing Roasted Fish Bruschetta, a quick and delightful meal that is perfect for nearly any occasion. Serve it as the main dish at lunch or dinner.
Yet Roasted Fish Bruschetta is also a lovely first-course at a dinner party, could be miniaturized for appetizers, or could even be served as brunch!
There are three things that really elevate this Roasted Fish Bruschetta Recipe and should not be overlooked.
First, choose a tender, flaky white fish with a buttery note. Orange Roughy or Seabass would be the perfect choice. Also look for Swai, Mon chong, Ono (wahoo), Halibut, or Trout.
Second, chopped anchovy (or anchovy paste) provides a pungent earthy depth to the tomato sauce that simply can’t be reached otherwise, even if the sauce were simmered all day under the watchful eye of an Italian Nana. Don’t skip the anchovy. It make the dish!
Third, fresh basil. Enough said.
Stack the tender roasted fish on top of fresh toast bread. Then spoon the tomato sauce over the top, followed by fresh basil ribbons.
Roasted Fish Bruschetta is pure summertime magic, especially when the tomatoes come straight out of the garden.
Serve it with a glass of white wine and a big smile!
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