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Riganata-Greek House

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Riganata - Greek-Style Bruschetta

Loaf country bread
Oregano
Sea Salt
1 oz Extra Virgin Olive Oil
2-4 oz Feta Cheese
8-12 Fresh Tomatoes

Instructions:

Cut 4 slices of bread to 1/2 inch width.

Slather each slice of bread with generous amount of extra virgin olive oil.

Cut tomatoes in half and squeeze the pulp of the tomato onto the bread.

Sprinkle each slice of bread with salt, oregano, and feta crumbles. 

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