Avocado and Feta Bruschetta
This is your typical tomato bruschetta's cousin! A friend of mine created this masterpiece and it has been a hit with every dinner party. We often have to go out to get more ciabatta. Be careful, as it is very addictive! Serve warm. Enjoy!
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When cutting the ciabatta, cut it open-faced for a crisp and chewy texture or cut the ciabatta into slices for a crunchier texture.
Use more or less garlic according to taste. But be cautious as fresh garlic has a strong bite!
Slice avocado in half; remove pit. Holding the half avocado in your palm, and carefully using a tip of a knife, slice the avocado vertically within the skin. Score horizontally to create a square grid.