Homemade Breadcrumbs

Homemade Breadcrumbs

Hello you lovely People

So todays topic is all about food wasting !!!!! I know this all too well because we are a two people household and frequently eat out for dinner. I regularly need to throw away food from the fridge because its gone bad and this makes me sad and angry at myself at the same time!!!

So this is just one idea how to re-use old and hard Bread – make your own Breadcrumbs! This is seriously amazing, they taste fantastic – much better than the bought stuff – believe me – and its the perfect way to transform this old and unsexy product into something special!!

My family has been doing this for generations and its a real treat. We mostly use it to coat meat or vegetables (amazing with cauliflower – just turn the pre-cooked veg in a stirred egg and than coat it with crumbs and fry it is a pan – AMAZING! )  An other typical dish would be for example the “Wiener Schniezel” – believe me these Breadcrumbs take your dish to another level! The Breadcrumbs could also work as toppings for soups and salads – amazing!

Also I like to add different bread to the mixture – white but also darker bread, it gives an interesting flavor and texture to every dish!

Have a lovely day

Love Katie


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  1. 10. November 2015 / 10:41

    Mniamm, i like breadcrumbs roasted in butter over cauliflower or “Knöpfli” (Swiss) / “Spätzle” (German). Have a nice autumn day to! Kind regards, Martin

    • 10. November 2015 / 10:59

      Thanks Martin! Its also really good on top of a Lasagna and in pumpkin Soup! Good Tip with the Späzli 🙂

    • 10. November 2015 / 17:27

      Thank you – its so easy and delicious 🙂

    • 10. November 2015 / 21:07

      Hey Carmen thanks for sharing 🙂 This is seriously the most easy thing in the world and makes all the difference and gives that extra edge on a dish!

  2. 20. November 2015 / 12:45

    Fab! It’s a great feeling to save food waste… I like to add mixed herbs, salt & pepper and ocassionally chia seeds to my recipe…

    • 20. November 2015 / 12:54

      Good idea thank you for the Tip 🙂

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