Sunday, February 14, 2010
Got a stale piece of bread? You've got croutons for two!
Here's how. Cube bread. Heat skillet.
Put bread cubes in skillet. Turn heat to high. Spray liberally (or not so much, depending on your mood) with Pam (non-stick cooking oil spray).
Turn heat to 'medium'. Add herbs of your choice. Tonight, for me, it was garlic powder and "herbs de provence", which is a blend of lavender, thyme, and other 'typique' herbs of southern France.
Saute, stirring frequently, keeping heat to medium (depending on your stove and its heat), until all sides of each piece of bread are browned or golden.
Et, c'est fini! That is it! You have croutons from that stale piece of bread you were thinking of tossing. Serve and smile.