not to be all "italian" but bruschetta (brew-SKET-ta) actually refers to the char of the bread, which then gets smothered in olive oil and topped with any number of salty bits. here are a few options for how to properly serve this classic appetizer
these are like a regular taco's super cool vegan cousin. double the carbs and heavy on peppers, the roasted veggies make up for what you miss out on in meat. well, kind of. it's spicy potatoes in tortillas, how bad can that be?
if you make this for people they will think you're very cool. or you can eat it by yourself while getting tequila drunk in the backyard-- it's a versatile dish
think panda express but without the egregious amount of oil-- crispy tofu without any frying, and if you don't like eggplant after this then you're truly a lost cause
peas and pesto and parmesan and pasta and-- well that's it actually. super simple, such spring. use a quality store-bought pesto if you must, but fresh homemade pesto makes people happy
one could call it a salad but people love to hate salad for some reason-- this is covered in dressing and keeps in the fridge for like, 3 days. plus it has potatoes. regular salad could never