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Nutritional information

161
Calories
14.6 g
Fat
1.7 g
Carbohydrates
6.2 g
Protein
28 mg
Cholesterol
180 mg
Sodium

Hot Bruschetta Dip

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
  • 17 mins
  • Serves 8
  • Easy

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This scrumptious Bruschetta dip delight is the snack dish that you need to be trying right now. It is especially perfect during the winter times when all you have to do is make this amazing dip, toast slices of baguette, get in your blanket, and turn on your favorite TV show on Netflix. This is also an excellent snack to whip out when your family and friends are gathered.

Health benefits

Mozzarella cheese is a source of vitamin B7. This sort of vitamin is useful in women who are pregnant, in keeping your nails from becoming brittle, and it may also lower blood glucose levels in diabetic people.

Due to high amounts of calcium present in the cheese, it is required for optimum levels of bone and teeth health. One ounce of mozzarella cheese is enough to protect the tooth enamel and maintain bone structure.

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How to Make Hot Bruschetta Dip

  • Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F.
  • Grate mozzarella and put it aside
  • In a medium-sized bowl put in cream cheese, mayonnaise, mozzarella, seasoning, and pressed garlic.
  • Divide the tomatoes in half, take the first half, coarsely chop them and then add them to the cheese mixture. Then take the second half, chop them, and then add to the mixture. Keep stirring the mixture till you see the tomatoes well blended into the composition.
  • Put the cheese mixture into a round baking sheet or pan and pop it into the microwave. Warm the mixture on high heat till you see it bubbling, should take you 1 -2 minutes.
  • Once that is done, take out the mixture, let it cool for 2 –3 minutes and then serve with slices of baguettes.

Trivia

Mozzarella cheese has known to date back to 6000 B.C. and has even been recorded to be in use in Mesopotamia, though the sources may differ. Some sources say that this cheese was an accidental production when lumps of cheese curds fell into a pot of hot water in a cheese factory near the city of Naples. This was before the creation of pizza.

Though there are around more than 2000 varieties of cheese around the world, mozzarella is considered to be the globe’s favorite.

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