Bruschetta with grilled vegetables

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A delicious bruschetta recipe with grilled vegetables such as zucchini, bell pepper and eggplant and ricotta with lemon.



You can grill the vegetables in a grill pan or in your oven if you have an oven with a grill setting.
Slice the eggplant and zucchini as well.
Sprinkle some oregano, olive oil, salt and pepper over the vegetables.
Divide all the vegetables on a baking tray lined with baking paper and place the peppers with the outside side up. Or grill the vegetables in a grill pan. Grill the peppers briefly on the inside and the rest of the time on the outside. The sheet may blister black, because you will remove this later.
Grill the vegetables until nice grill marks appear and/or you can pierce the vegetables. Check whether the aubergine is cooked and grill it a little longer if necessary.
When the vegetables are ready, let them cool on a plate. You can briefly hold the bell pepper under cold water so that the skin is easier to peel off (and you don’t burn your fingers).
Cut the bread into slices and also divide them on a baking tray lined with baking paper. Sprinkle some olive oil, salt, pepper and oregano over it. Grill them until they are slightly discolored.
Meanwhile, cut the vegetables into small pieces.
Grate the lemon and then squeeze half a lemon.
Mix the ricotta with most of the lemon zest and juice and some pepper. Stir it well.
Mix the rest of the lemon zest and juice through the vegetables.
Remove the buns from the oven and cut a garlic clove in half. Rub this over the grilled sandwiches so that you add a nice garlic flavor to the bruschettas.
Once the buns are ready, you can start topping the buns. This can be done in two ways. You can first spread the ricotta over the bun and then the vegetables over it. Or you divide the vegetables first and then divide some small dots of ricotta over the vegetables.
Tip: Serve the bruschettas immediately. You can make both mixtures a day in advance and then spread on the sandwiches.
Bruschetta with grilled vegetables

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