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15.2.12

TOASTED BREAD CUBES - PIRITOTT KENYÉRKOCKA


These are especially nice with tomato and creamy soups. Serve them in a small bowl alongside the soup. Drop a few in the soup; they are delicious. It takes very little effort to prepare them, the one thing to keep in mind is to use bread with substance and avoid the fluffy white ones.

2 slices of rye bread, chopped into small cubes
1/8 cup oil
salt to taste

• Heat the oil in a non-stick fry pan on medium low heat.
• Add the chopped up bread cubes and fry them stirring and shaking the pan.
• The oil will be absorbed, but keep stirring and shifting the pan for a couple of minutes longer until the bread cubes are well toasted, but not burned. They should be crispy but not hard.
 



2 comments:

  1. Zsuzsa, I cannot keep up with you!
    These bread cubes remind me of something my mum loves and of course now almost never eats because it's not healthy at all: fried bread slices she loved having as a snack on their own.

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  2. One of the many things that aren't healthy, but I wanted it among the recipes. So it will be a looooooooooong time before my love gets to have it again. ;-) You know a lot of these fried foods were used to keep us interested during the long winter months. They would perk up a soup or a fozelek.

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