It isn't very often that you'd find bread in my house.. or ricotta. But if we happen to have any leftover from a special occasion, you can be sure I'll risk an unhappy tummy for the moments of delicious greatness. My mom once mentioned that she used to eat ricotta on bread (what?!). After questioning her sanity, she explained it wasn't plain ricotta (which some people love, I'm not one of them). I decided to test out he little late night snack idea, and I absolutely loved it! This easy little recipe is perfect for appetizers, a side to your breakfast eggs, or as I ate it, as a midnight munchie.
GOOD Bread (when I say good, I mean a nice baked loaf that you cut into. I'm partial to anything French)
Ricotta (the amount you use it totally up to you)
Fresh Chopped Parsley
Salt and Pepper to Taste
Slice your bread into whatever thickness you desire.
Spoon desired amount of Ricotta onto each slice of bread.
Garnish with Parsley. Drizzle with Olive Oil. Salt and Pepper to taste.
That's it!! So easy, simple, and so good.