Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Homemade Italian Breadcrumbs

I can’t remember the last time I purchased breadcrumbs because this is so economical. Any time I have pieces of bread left over from the loaf I put them in a Ziploc bag until I have enough piece then defrost them to make breadcrumbs. They taste as good or better than anything you can get in the store for a fraction of the cost.



  1. Combine all ingredients in a small bowl, tossing to blend thoroughly.
  2. Store in an airtight container and use in any recipe calling for Italian breadcrumbs.

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Jenny said...

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Leslie said...

what a great idea! I've made regular breadcrumbs before but never seasoned ones and these sound tasty.

~Dawn~ said...

Sounds delicious! I will have to try this.

Dawn @ Mom-a-Logues

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Carole Davids said...

Never thought to make my own bread crumbs, but it makes alot of sense. Recipe sounds yummy.

Thanks for stopping by my blog.


Keya said...

Thanks for visiting my blog! Following you back. I used to love to cook, but seems like I just don't have time now that school's back in session. Hopefully I'll get some good & quick recipes from you.


Rosemarie said...

Hi! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and leaving that sweet comment. I am in the process of really learning how to design my blog how I want it - so thanks! I'm a follower of you, too, now. :)

This is a a great idea - why have I never thought to freeze the bread until I have enough for a batch? Thanks for the tip - I can't wait to browse through more of your recipes!

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Eva Gallant said...

What a great idea....the last slice or two usually end up getting thrown out. This is a good way to use them.

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