How to make it

  • Slice up your stale bread, up into crouton sized bites and place into bowl.
  • Drizzle slowly a little olive oil over bread cubes. Stir up bread cubes, till coated with the olive oil.
  • I usually drizzle, stir, then drizzle a little more and stir again, this way all cubes are lightly "basted" with the olive oil.
  • You will do the same procedure as above as you add each spice.
  • If you don't ( I have learned this from experience), one half of your bread cubes will have the seasonings, the other half not)
  • And by adding the olive oil first, your chosen herbs and spices will stick to your bread cubes.
  • Add each herb and spice, a shake here a dash there...depending upon your bread you chose for this task, select your herbs accordingly.
  • My sun-dried tomato bread had lots of garlic, so I didn't need to add much garlic powder for example.
  • Place and level coated bread cubes on cookie sheet and place in oven.
  • After five minutes, check on them, using metal spatula or spoon turn over your bread cubes, and bake for another 3-5 minutes.
  • Let cool, then store in an air-tight container with lid in the refrigerator and enjoy!
Slice up your stale bread   Close
Place on cookie sheet after adding olive oil and herbs   Close
My soup - ok I ate some before I took the photo - but you get the idea....   Close

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  • divaliscious 10 years ago
    For those who are counting... this recent recipe post had the least amount of ingredients and the least amount of words to describe on how to make it... hmmm rofl....
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