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    • 16011996
    • By 16011996 11th Oct 04, 9:49 AM
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    16011996
    Re: stale bread??
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    • 11th Oct 04, 9:49 AM
    Re: stale bread?? 11th Oct 04 at 9:49 AM
    don't do so many at once, i can't cook that fast!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • Galtizz
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    • 11th Oct 04, 5:18 PM
    Re: stale bread??
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    • 11th Oct 04, 5:18 PM
    Terry's chocolate orange bread and butter pudding :P Hmmmmmm

    http://www.kraftfoods.co.uk/foodandfun_chocolate/
    • Caterina
    • By Caterina 11th Oct 04, 5:24 PM
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    • 11th Oct 04, 5:24 PM
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    • 11th Oct 04, 5:24 PM
    Cathy, I thought I was the only person in the world to do savoury bread pudding!

    Great recipe! I do mine similar to yours but add finely chopped sauteed broccoli.

    Stale bread also makes very good stuffing of course!

    Caterina
    • 16011996
    • By 16011996 11th Oct 04, 6:01 PM
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    • 11th Oct 04, 6:01 PM
    Re: stale bread??
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    • 11th Oct 04, 6:01 PM
    Terry's chocolate orange bread and butter pudding :P Hmmmmmm

    http://www.kraftfoods.co.uk/foodandfun_chocolate/
    mm, love terrys choc orange. will ahve to give that a go.
  • Galtizz
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    • 11th Oct 04, 6:29 PM
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    • 11th Oct 04, 6:29 PM
    Cathy,

    Where'd your post go???

    Was going to try the savory bread and butter pudding for tea but now it's disapeared?
  • franky
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    • 11th Oct 04, 6:40 PM
    Re: stale bread??
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    • 11th Oct 04, 6:40 PM
    the savoury bread pudding recipe is on here

    http://www.tamesideandglossop.nhs.uk/healthyrecipes.htm
    • 16011996
    • By 16011996 11th Oct 04, 6:42 PM
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    • 11th Oct 04, 6:42 PM
    Re: stale bread??
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    • 11th Oct 04, 6:42 PM
    i did cathys for tonights tea, i'll let you know how it goes.
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    • 11th Oct 04, 6:42 PM
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    • 11th Oct 04, 6:42 PM
    the windsor pud is on here

    http://www.hwatson.force9.co.uk/cookbook/recipes/desserts/poorknights.htm
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    • 11th Oct 04, 6:43 PM
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    • 11th Oct 04, 6:43 PM
    and the 3rd stale bread recipe is here

    http://www.s4c.co.uk/dudley/rm/view_recipe/rid/259/language/eng/
  • Galtizz
    Re: stale bread??
    Thanks 160 and franky
    • hilstep2000
    • By hilstep2000 12th Oct 04, 9:08 PM
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    Re: stale bread??
    I make bread pudding with mine.
    Soak bread in half a pint for milk for about half hour, add 1 egg, as much dried fruit as you like, couple of teaspoons of mixed spice, 4oz sugar, and 2oz butter or marg. squidge it all together till well mixed, put in a well greased tin for about and hour on 200 C.
    Cut into squares and sprinkle sugar on the top.
    Delicious!
    • 16011996
    • By 16011996 13th Oct 04, 4:47 PM
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    Re: stale bread??
    that sounds good.

    I make bread pudding with mine.
    Soak bread in half a pint for milk for about half hour, add 1 egg, as much dried fruit as you like, couple of teaspoons of mixed spice, 4oz sugar, and 2oz butter or marg. !squidge it all together till well mixed, put in a well greased tin for about and hour on 200 C. !
    Cut into squares and sprinkle sugar on the top.
    Delicious!
    • djenks
    • By djenks 11th Mar 05, 7:28 AM
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    Stale Bread - what to do with it?
    Hi, Ihave about half a loaf of stale bread that I don't want to throw away. Dose anyone have any recipies that will use it up?

    Thanks

    Dawn
    • Pollen
    • By Pollen 11th Mar 05, 7:32 AM
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    Pollen
    Some options, toast it and eat with a dip, make it into bread and butter pudding can add raisins, currents or spread with marmalade/jam and bake in oven, make into breadcrumbs and use as crumble topping, either savoury or sweet, feed it to the ducks in the park, but whatever you do...... enjoy
    • suki1964
    • By suki1964 11th Mar 05, 7:48 AM
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    Treacle tart - yummy
  • Galtizz
    Breadcrumbs (grate on a cheese grater) and make:
    • Fish cakes (mash up some fish, either cooked fresh fish or tinned, potato and herbs and coat in mixed egg then breadcrumbs then grill or fry)
    • Meatballs (mix up mince, breadcrumbs, oinion, garlic, egg, herbs, make into little balls then grill of fry) serve with sauce made from tin of toms and a splash of red wine.
    • Chicken/turkey cordon blu (can't spell it) cut chicken/turkey breast almost in 1/2 along the breast. put a slice of ham and cheese in coat in an egg then breadcrumbs. You could stuff it with garlic and butter instead and make chicken/turkey kiev.
    • Chicken nuggets (bits of chicken coated in mixed egg then breadcrumbs, then fry or grill)
    Following on from pollen's suggestion you can also make savory bread and butter pudding. cut bread into squares add chopped bits of; tomato, cold meat (ham, corned beef, spam type thing etc) grated cheese. Mix up some milk and egg and pour over, bake in the oven you can bung in basically anything you like instead of tomato, meat and cheese for a variation.

    Have a look here for some more bread and butter pudding ideas

    HTH
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    • Austin Allegro
    • By Austin Allegro 11th Mar 05, 8:27 AM
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    A very simple way is to grate into breadcrumbs then add to omelettes to bulk them out.
    • tiff
    • By tiff 11th Mar 05, 8:36 AM
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    Make breadcrumbs and freeze in bags for when you need them.
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    Breadcrumbs (grate on a cheese grater)
    Not quite what to do with the bead - but if you're wanting to get the kids involved or you're worried about grating your knickles you can make breadcrumbs by putting torn up bread inside a poly bag and then rubbing it from the outside - it's easier than grating if you have to make the crumbs from fresh bread too
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    • Sarahsaver
    • By Sarahsaver 11th Mar 05, 9:22 AM
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    Sarahsaver
    apple brown betty
    crumble bread into a dish, top with chopped apple, butter, sugar and anither layer of bread, butter and sugar. Bake. face the giggles from your family for serving them something with such a silly name!
    Also works with pineapple or cherries - we have had all the variations and its yummy.
    You can use stale bread to thicken soup, or make your own chicken nuggets - cover chicken pieces in beaten egg, then shake in a big box with breadcrumbs then coated, then deep fry.
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