Makes about 10 cups. Store mixture in clean glass jars with tight-fitting lids. Good for chicken, pork, canned potatoes, and mashed potato puffs. You can remove the quantity of shake and bake you need for a recipe and then add some garlic powder,onion powder, thyme or any seasonings you like, for variety. Directions are given for chicken; adjust the baking time according to the thickness of the meat you are using.
tswilsie is here at zaar requesting a breadcrumb recipe with a Canadian Flair. This is a seasoned one. A food processor works great with this. This is a great use for day old bread. Can be used in a stuffing for stuffed mushrooms, peppers, stuff a chicken or to use as a binder in meatloaf or meatballs, or a bread coating for anything you want to coat be it chicken, fish, shrimp, cheese, veggies......
You know, I really hate it when a company starts mucking around with their 'formula' for a well-liked product...and then changes it! EXAMPLE: Shake 'n' Bake...a few years ago I bought a box and I immediately noted there was a difference from what I'd remembered...I swallowed my disappointment, never bought the stuff again and started looking at recipes...The following recipe is the best result of my research/attempts thus far...
This is our all-purpose recipe for breadcrumbs. We have used these to coat chicken and pork chops. We also use them in any savory recipe that calls for breadcrumbs. My fiance and I work this recipe together. I gather the spices and he operates the hand processor.
These are so much better than any store-bought bread crumbs, use in any recipe calling for seasoned breadcrumbs, they make a wonderful breading for baked chicken and fish --- store in the fridge or freezer and use when needed --- the recipe can be reduced to one loaf of bread if desired, since I use these on a regular basis I most always make two loaves.
Make a six month supply of bread crumbs for the cost of 2 loaves of bread and a cup of butter. And they taste better than the store-bought version. I've used this recipe for 15 years and have no idea where it came from. The yield of course, will depend on the size of the loaves you use.
Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. Quick & easy way to make fine breadcrumbs homemade! Not that I think these are uniquely Irish bread crumbs, but I was glad to have come across a recipe for homemade seasoned bread crumbs in The New Irish Table and thought many of you would be too. Any bread should work with this recipe, but the recipe specified baguette. Instructions for using toasted bread instead of dried are my own. Toasting instructions should be reduced for thinner sliced bread (less than 3/4-1 inch). I tried this recipe using toasted sourdough bread and my only recommendation is that you process in batches. Otherwise, outcome was fantastic!
This is a recipe that I made up, because I like my bread crumbs to be extra seasoned and I love parmesan cheese...this is delicious as a coating for oven-fried chicken...don't know about casseroles...P.S a cast iron skillet works best for this recipe..but any oven-proof container may be used
This recipe is from Bellaonline.com. I don't use them, much, but a lot of people do. Here is your chance to contron the ingredients in yours. Any white bread will do for making panko. An Asian chef I once worked with swore that the best homemade panko came from Wonder Bread! The yield will vary according to how large you make your crumbs, so I am guessing.
flavored panko with thyme, basil, ginger, and chile heat, which makes the crumbs a really exciting ingredient and one you’ll use often. The flavored crumbs also store beautifully. Lasts 3 weeks, refrigerated
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