Wheat Five Grain Italian Toast With Broiled Garlic, Marmite, Cheese, Tomatoes, Olive Oil and Herbs

By on August 1, 2011
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By Ingrid De Villiers–

This recipe is delicious and my own creation! Toast a few slices of wheat, five grain italian bread. Spread it with butter and rub a clove of garlic over the each slice of toast.

Marmite Yeast Extract

Marmite Yeast Extract

Spread a thin layer of Marmite (optional) over each slice. Marmite is a yeast extract with a savory taste which is available in some USA supermarkets. Add slices of gouda, havarti, swiss or cheddar cheese.

Add halved cherry tomatoes, sprinkle with extra-virgin olive oil and oregano, thyme and parsley. Season with black pepper and salt. Broil in a Euro-pro or regular oven until the cheese is melted. Enjoy it for breakfast, as a snack or light lunch!

Ingrid’s passions are cooking, styling, beautiful interiors and photography. Ingrid holds a degree in Interior Design through London Metropolitan University, London, UK and is also a qualified teacher. She was born and raised in South Africa and has traveled extensively through the world. She sailed on a 36 feet yacht from South Africa to Brazil, the Caribbean and Bermuda. She is happily married and in lives in beautiful Naples, Florida with her architect husband and two children. Blog Links: http://thejoysoflifeingrid.blogspot.com/,
http://ingriddevilliersdesign.blogspot.com/.

Ingrid DeVilliers

About Ingrid DeVilliers

Ingrid’s passions are cooking, styling, beautiful interiors and photography. Ingrid holds a degree in Interior Design through London Metropolitan University, London, UK and is also a qualified teacher. She was born and raised in South Africa and has traveled extensively through the world. She sailed on a 36 feet yacht from South Africa to Brazil, the Caribbean and Bermuda. She is happily married and in lives in beautiful Naples, Florida with her architect husband and two children. Blog Links:http://thejoysoflifeingrid.blogspot.com/, http://ingriddevilliersdesign.blogspot.com/

3 Comments

  1. elvira pajarola

    August 1, 2011 at 9:22 am

    ABSOLUTELY SUBLIME….even ” SUBLIMISSIMO”…..!!!!!

    A recipe so delicious, unique, full of mediterranean perfumes and so healthy and absolutely full of Italian Class, (I’d say…even Tuscan Class…!) !!!!

    Created by an extraordinary Lady, whose talent goes far above her fabulous cooking and inventing extraordinary recipes; her delightful and elegant Styling Talent is breathtaking and her excuisite taste and knowhow incredibly fascinating!!!!!!!!

    Her ability of shooting her wonderful creations in sublime photography is just the final perfect touch of her work!!!

    I recommend warmly to visit her beautiful lifestyle blog!!!!!!!!!!!

    All my biggest compliments, dearest Ingrid!!!!!!

    Your Tuscan friend Elvira

    • Ingrid DeVilliers

      August 1, 2011 at 10:23 am

      Thank you dear Elvira, I am truly humbled by your wonderful comments!
      Ingrid
      🙂

  2. Myfrenchkitchen

    August 1, 2011 at 11:10 am

    What a beautiful mouthwatering recipe and perfect for a healthy 50!
    Ronelle

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