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Melt the 3 tablespoons of butter in the microwave or on the stove, add the 3 tablespoons of caster sugar, brown sugar and 2 tablespoons of cinnamon and mix well.
Eggs and milk mix well in a deep plate.
Cut the edges of the bread and with the help of a rolling pin flatten each slice, then grease it with a teaspoon of the above composition and roll it tightly.
After we have rolled all the slices, we heat the oil or butter in a pan. Pass each roll through the egg and milk mixture and fry it. If you have a larger pan, add a little more oil or butter. After they have browned nicely on one side, turn them over and let them fry for a while, then take them out on a plate.
Mix the 2 tablespoons of sugar with 2 teaspoons of cinnamon and roll the rolls in this mixture, then serve.
What to do with old bread, practical and tasty ideas!
As I promised you in the article "What to do with very ripe fruits", I come back today with practical and tasty ideas to turn old bread (or even fresh bread that we have left over) into tasty dishes. These are simple recipes, handy and quick to prepare (in two steps and three movements).
And unfortunately, nowadays a lot of food ends up in the trash. We are talking about whole tons of food all over the world. And bread is, so to speak, the top of the list, along with fruits and vegetables. I remember I really enjoyed watching my grandmother, God forgive her, prepare the bread. Knead it well, let it rise in the heat (wrap it with a clean white towel), then, before putting it in the oven, make the sign of the cross. "Bread is holy," said the grandmother.
Today, however, this staple food is very easy to buy and we often buy more than necessary. So, here are some practical and tasty ideas so that we don't waste bread anymore.
What to do with old bread, practical and tasty ideas
Old bread croutons
Of course, croutons. It is one of the simplest ideas, it is prepared quickly and you can use them in many ways. For example, cream soup. This will be much tastier if you add a teaspoon of sour cream and a few croutons before eating it. Especially tomato cream soup. Super good! Here you will find a simple and delicious recipe for tomato cream soup. Or you can add croutons to various salads. For example, the classic salad of tomatoes, cucumbers and bell peppers.
The croutons are prepared simply: cut the bread into 1-1.5 cm slices, then cut into approximately equal cubes, sprinkle with olive oil (or sunflower oil) and put in the oven until browned.
Bread with… .vin
It's a dessert from my grandparents' time. And it's for us adults. Sprinkle the bread slices with wine well, until they soften, then sprinkle with sugar (normal sugar, not powder). My grandparents used thick slices of fresh, homemade bread. They just made me taste a little. Uffff, and how good it was! & # 8230
Now a special dessert for children. Friganelele is a very tasty dessert and especially very easy to prepare. It is also a sweet that reminds me of my childhood and makes me happy to be able to prepare this dessert for my family now. Here's how to do it. Soak the slices of bread in sweetened milk and in which you added the vanilla flavor. Then pass the slices through beaten egg and fry them over high heat. You can eat them as such, but they go great with yogurt (or sour cream) over which you put a little Honey and fresh fruit, such as slices of strawberry, peach or apricot. Or you can put fruit jam on top. Whatever you choose to serve them, friganele is a delicious dessert!
I don't know his name, but that's what we call him in our family. It is also very easy to prepare. Boil 500 ml of milk together with a vanilla pod (if you use the essence, leave it for later), separately beat 4 egg yolks with 3-4 tablespoons of sugar until smooth, then add 3 tablespoons of cornstarch (or with flour). Mix well, and when the milk almost boils, pour the egg mixture, stirring vigorously so as not to make lumps. Add the vanilla essence and stir slowly for a few minutes, until the cream thickens.
While it cools me, separately soak the slices of bread with sweetened milk and place them nicely in a tray. Before pouring the cream over the slices, add a cube of butter and mix until the butter melts. It is preferable to add it now, and not in hot cream (to avoid "cutting" it). Leave it in the fridge for about an hour and then you can serve it. If you want, you can shave over the cake and a little dark chocolate, for an irresistible look.
Dessert for young children
This does not mean that it is not good for older children. Slices of bread soaked in milk can become a base for a cake with baked apples. Bake 2-3 apples, then pass their core well with a little cinnamon and a teaspoon of Honey. Optionally, you can add a teaspoon of thick yogurt (I use Greek yogurt, it is very consistent). Put the filling over the slice of bread soaked in milk and you have a tasty and nutritious dessert. It can successfully replace a breakfast.
Appetizers with slices of bread
An idea that also goes very well with breakfast for example. Sprinkle the bread slices with a little olive oil, put them in the oven for a few minutes (until they "crunch" a little). Cut a clove of garlic in half and chop it finely, cut finely and 1-2 tomatoes, add grated cheese, a little thyme and optionally 2-3 finely chopped basil leaves and put the mixture on the slices of freshly baked bread.
If you prefer, you can put on the slices of bread urda mixed with dill and a little green onion. It works great.
For pizza lovers (I include myself in this category), here is a tasty and healthy idea. Instead of buying pizza, make it yourself, using slices of bread soaked in milk instead of a countertop. Then add grated cheese (or other melting cheese), slices of mushrooms, bell peppers, ham (or pieces of pan-fried chicken breast) and everything else whispers your imagination. A much healthier (and even tastier, in my opinion) alternative to purchased pizza.
Old bread for meatballs
Do not throw away the old bread, but put it to dry and use it when making meatballs. These will come out fluffier if you add old bread, soaked in water beforehand and then squeezed well. It may not sound really appetizing, but the result is delicious.
It is very simple. Cut the bread into thicker slices, sprinkle with water (do not put too much water), then place them in a pan with a lid and leave them in the oven for about 15 minutes. The bread will become fresh and fluffy again.
So here's how you can turn old bread into some practical and tasty dishes. And if you don't feel like it or have time to try any of these ideas, then don't just throw away your leftover bread. An idea would be to give it to a hungry animal, which will surely be happy for the food offered.
Egg bread or friganele
We like to have breakfast together when we can. Here are some suggestions:
What ingredients do we use for the recipe for friganele or toast with egg?
- sliced bread
- 2 eggs
- 200 ml of milk
- a pinch of salt
- 100 ml of oil
Cakes, dessert, sweets - 460 recipes
Sweets, cakes or desserts are included in the group of trophins under the general name of sugar products. There are products that man has been and is attracted to since he discovered the sweetness of fruit and cane juice. The sweet taste, as doctors teach us, generates a psychosensory effect of pleasure and desire to consume, both adults and especially children. Regarding the nutritional value, it is good to know that 100 g sweets or CAKE they bring between 300 and 400 calories to the human body. a desert like chocolate, cocoa, halva, for example, they also contain important amounts of lipids and that is why they give an even greater energy to the body. One hundred grams of this food burns 460-560 calories.
For dessert, a menu means: confectionery and homemade sweets, compotes, pastries, fruits of all kinds.
Here's how to make these simple, fluffy pancakes step by step:
1 Melt the butter and mix with the milk, flour and salt until a homogeneous dough is obtained. Cover and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes.
2 Grease a pan, preferably Teflon, 18 cm in diameter with butter. Heat over medium heat. Then pour a small piece of dough into the pan.
3 By tilting the pan, spread the dough all over the surface and bake for about 1 minute. Then turn the pancake and bake for a few more seconds. Turn over on a flat plate and cover with foil. Repeat the operation until all the dough is consumed, the amount reaches for about 12 pancakes. Each time put a foil between the pancakes.
4 Allow the pancakes to cool and pack four at a time in a large freezer bag. They can be kept frozen for 1 month.
Aren't you going to serve the simple pancake? see below, 6 filling ideas.