You get breadcrumbs of course. In my household, you won't see any pre-made or box of food stuffs. I grew up with a lot of food items homemade and I continue that. Why, because I control what goes into my body and I would prefer to know what I am feeding myself and my husband. Whenever we buy a loaf of bread, we hardly ever finish the loaf before it starts goes stale. So what do I do? I let it go stale and all dried up and then you have a loaf perfect for homemade breadcrumbs.
How do you make homemade breadcrumbs?
Easy enough, right? I just cut the dried bread up into chunks and pulverize them into pieces in the food processor.
Dip a chicken breast, or strips of chicken or or a filet of fish in some, flour then eggs and then coat the breast in seasoned breadcrumbs and then cook in the oven!
I made baked chicken stripes for dinner last night. Am I 12 again? Maybe...
Use breadcrumbs when making meatballs or when making a meatloaf.
Sprinkle breadcrumbs in place of croutons on your tomato soup or any other soup.
Put breadcrumbs in your spaghetti dish for an added crunch.
If you are making stuffed peppers, sprinkle some breadcrumbs on top of the filling for some extra texture.
There are many uses for breadcrumbs but do yourself a favor, don't buy a box of breadcrumbs but with that leftover loaf of bread you bought for dinner, make your own breadcrumbs.