Sunday, August 29, 2010

Simple Bread Crumbs






Bread Crumbs. These are mine; I use them in anything that calls for fresh crumbs. You can make them in just about 15 minute’s total.



I also think they would work great as croutons in a jam….yum jam….ok getting off track here…


INGREDIENTS



3 slices of white bread, crust’s removed
¼ - ½ tsp of onion & garlic powder depending on size/thickness of bread , a little goes a long way
Olive Oil Spray


DIRECTIONS


Pre-heat your oven to 350, move rack to center.






Lightly spray your bread front and back with Olive Oil spray, sprinkle both side with onion & garlic powder.






Place bread on center rack (no pan) until edges are brown and overall bread texture is crisp.


Remove from the oven and chop until desired consistency.






ENJOY!

14 comments:

Mary said...

I love this kind of instruction. We so often forget that not everyone is cooking with the same degree of experience. This is a great idea. I hope you are having a good day. Blessings...Mary

sinfullyspicy said...

Love the homely look of the crumbs!
And the garlic flavor would be heavenly I m sure!

Emily said...

Mmm fresh bread crumbs are awesome!

Fun and Fearless in Beantown said...

I love making bread crumbs and croutons whenever I have some stale bread around!

Raina said...

Love your homemade breadcrumbs. They would be great with so many dishes:)

Susi said...

Fresh homemade breadcrumbs are the best and can't be beat! :o)

scrambledhenfruit said...

Love the onion and garlic on these!

Megan said...

That's so much like how I make croutons. So simple and so delicious!

Monet said...

Croutons are one of those things that are so easy to make at home, and they taste so much better when you do! I love mine garlicky...just like yours!

Angie's Recipes said...

I love them with my salads! Thanks for sharing it.

Jenn said...

Homemade breadcrumbs are the best!

Ingrid said...

Duh! How come I hadn't thought of that.....so much better than store bought!

Happy Monday!
~ingrid

Debbi Does Dinner Healthy said...

I never do this but it makes SOOO much more sense! Thanks!

Tracy said...

Great tutorial! I definitely need to try this. :-)