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Gluten Free Breadcrumbs

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It’s easy to make your own breadcrumbs using a few slices of Gluten Free Bread and a great way to use up any leftover bread. Alternatively when your bread is cold, eat the crusts, transform the rest into breadcrumbs and freeze it for another day. Use gluten free breadcrumbs to make Gluten Free Stuffing Balls, Gluten Free Bread Sauce, Gluten Free Treacle Tart or turn them into Gluten Free Dry Breadcrumbs to use for coating Gluten Free Fishcakes

Equipment:

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food processor (optional)

Ingredients:

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200g gluten free bread

Method:

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  1. Cut off the bread crusts and if the pieces are large enough save them for toasting, or dispose of them.
  2. Cut the bread into slices and then into chunks.
  3. Using your fingers break the chunks into crumbs or put the bread into a food processor and pulse until an even crumb size is reached.
  4. Use the bread crumb in your recipe.
  5. Store unused crumb in a re-sealable bag and store in the freezer for up to three months. Bring breadcrumbs back to room temperature before using.
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