My kitchen has turned into the ultimate revolving door with friends, and friends of friends, popping in several times a week. Many times unexpectedly, which is exactly how I like it. Growing up I always wanted to live in a house that was bursting with friends, family and lots of pets! Now as a pseudo-adult, I’ve been able to somewhat create that feeling in my house. With friends popping in all the time, I have come up with a few quick go-to dishes and appetizers that I can throw together in no time. This is great for sharing and easy to transport if you want to take to a potluck!
You’ll need: French Bread Asparagus Ricotta (I like to use part-skim) Honey Garlic Salt Pepper Olive oil
First, slice the french bread into one inch thick slices.
Drizzle one side of each french bread slice with olive oil. I used about one tablespoon of olive oil for 6 crostinis.
Sprinkle the french bread with garlic salt and black pepper.
Smear each piece with a thin layer of ricotta cheese.
Slice pieces of asparagus to fit the length of the crostini.
Place crostinis on a baking sheet lined with foil. Toast at 350 degrees for 5-6 minutes or until edges are crispy.