Crostini are crisp Italian toasts with near endless topping possibilities. Crostini are best made from day-old French bread, or ciabatta
bread. And if you own an electric knife, use it to slice your bread into thin and even slices which allows the crostini in this recipe to
bake more evenly.Crostini toppings can be as simple as chopped fresh tomato and cheese, or as luxurious as smoked salmon. This
crostini recipe is equally good with cold or hot toppings, and making this crostini recipe with Parmigiano Reggiano® cheese adds
enough flavor to the crostini to be eaten as is, or with your favorite crostini toppings. These crostini go great with soups or salads,
pre-dinner drinks or as an appetizer before your main meal; but they also complement nearly any dip, like Spicy Edamame Spread
with Parmesan or Spring Pea Spread with Parmesan. You can even use crostini instead of tortilla chips. It doesn’t matter how or
when you serve crostini, as long as you make enough to go around.