The dish is a lovely starter to any meal. It is a warm, messy meal that is vegetarian friendly and is a wonderful way to capture all the flavours of the tomato.
Heat the oven top to a medium degree and dribble one spoon full of virgin oil in the pan and put the pan on the oven top
Cut the bread in half and put them in the toaster and cook them so they are golden and crunchy - 2 min 30 secs
Cut the tometos in quarters and set them aside.
Peel the onion and cut it in half then finely dice it. Set it aside with the tomatos.
Mix the tomatos and onions together in abowl. Add the herbs and place in the pan stir it through at a medium tempreture.
Take the garlic cloves and rub on the bread till suitable flavour.
Keep stiring the tomatos. Dice the avocado and set aside.
After warming them through add the avocado to the tomato and put in a bowl.
Place the salmon on the bread until the top of each piece of bread is covered with salmon and then add a few capers.
Finly chop the shallots.
Spoon the tomatos onto the salmon and add the shallots on top. Congratulations you have successfully made Bruschetta!!!
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