How to Reuse Stale and Old Bread in the Kitchen. Today nothing is thrown away anymore, leftovers in the kitchen are precious so we need to pay close attention.
Let's start with dry bread, a few days old. It can be used in the kitchen in many ways, so never throw it away, follow ours useful tips on how to reuse it again in other recipes.
Stale bread is a precious resource
Pappa al pomodoro, famous Tuscan recipe is prepared with stale bread, peeled tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil, garlic and basil. This soup is excellent both in the summer in its cold version and in the warm winter as a soup.
dumplings: If you have ever gone on holiday in Trentino you will surely have tasted the dumplings. Delicious meatballs of stale bread in broth, or sauté in a pan with butter and sage.
How to Reuse Stale and Old Bread in the Kitchen
Bread crumbs: There are many recipes where breadcrumbs are used. When the bread is dry you can grate it and place it in a glass jar with an airtight seal, it will keep perfectly for next use.
The panzanella: Old but always trendy recipe. Tomato salad with stale bread that in contact with the water released by the fresh tomatoes will become delicious as if by magic.
Breadcrumbs as a resource in the kitchen
Meatballs: To make yours delicious meatballs of meat, add some breadcrumbs. Your meatballs will become super soft.
Croutons for your soups: very simple to prepare, cut the old bread into cubes and put it in a pan with extra virgin olive oil, chopped garlic and rosemary and browned, add them to your favorite soup.
Crostini: Everyone really likes them, adults and children, add mozzarella and ingredients to your liking on a slice of stale bread, a few minutes in the oven and your croutons are immediately ready.
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