Many people use leftover bread to make bread. I, for example, make all my stir-fries at home with cassava flour. And, that’s why I use French bread brothers or any other bread to make bread rolls that are perfect for spreading salads or soups.
The secret of the recipe with the left-over bread lies in the extra flavor. Use crushed garlic, lots of black pepper, or chili, goat, pout, or any chili sauce. The important thing is heat. The bread that has been dried is a little dry and that is why it absorbs spices and oil or oil where it is fried without cracking.
Keep a good amount in a glass to serve in a salad or over a sauce.
Servings: 6 servings
Preparation time: 15 minutes
- 3 loaves of French bread or any amount of any type of bread as long as it is at least a day old
- 2 teaspoons of coarse salt
- 4 tablespoons of olive oil or vegetable oil
- 1 tablespoon of dried oregano
- 3 cloves of garlic pressed
- 1/2 lemon
- 1/2 teaspoon or less of chili pepper
- Cut the buns into squares with the crust. Crush the garlic in the pan with the big side. Add olive oil or oil and heat over medium heat until the garlic starts to smell. Add the bread squares. Gently stir the bread to absorb the oil, and season with oregano. Taste a little salt if you want, then add dried oregano, then add pepper on it, but not properly, so that not all areas of the bread are peppered. Continue mixing until golden. Squeeze half a lemon on top, mix and remove from heat.
- Place all the funny pieces of bread on absorbent paper. Store in a jar with a lid after cooling.
- Serve with salads, or soups, on top of pork chops or escondidinho is very tasty.
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