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Anything I can do with dried out French stick?!

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Erebus Sun 25-Sep-11 12:54:37

Any ideas? Bread'n'butter puddingy- type thing?

Breadcrumbs (but for what?)

tia!

ChasingSquirrels Sun 25-Sep-11 12:56:06

friend made a chicken pie when we were there on Tue with left over chicken from a roast, veg, gravy - and then topped it with buttered slices (butter side up) of left over french stick. v nice

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Sun 25-Sep-11 12:56:14

Make breadcrumbs...stick on freezer for future use - eg on top of a crumble, on top of shephards pie, bread sauce for chicken (cook with butter and milk to make thick sauce), loadsathings!

OhYouBadBadKitten Sun 25-Sep-11 13:14:22

croutons!

Erebus Sun 25-Sep-11 13:48:29

Thanks all! Do I just 'grate' it to make breadcrumbs?

Curiousmama Sun 25-Sep-11 13:50:14

put slices of it in blender to make breadcrumbs or food processoor.

If you want to eat any you can soften it in the microwave for few seconds.

pixma Sun 25-Sep-11 13:57:04

soak it in milk then squash it all up

add sultanas, sugar, vanilla and two or three beaten eggs

pour into a buttered dish and bake at 180 for around 20-25 mins. It should rise be a very light bread and butter pudding.

Sianilaa Fri 30-Sep-11 20:01:07

How about a savoury bread pudding? This one is a really nice winter tea and you can add whatever you like to it.

thedomesticgoddesschallenge.wordpress.com/2011/09/06/veggie-cheesy-bread-pudding/

NotADudeExactly Fri 30-Sep-11 20:03:36

French Toast.

beesknobblyknees Fri 30-Sep-11 20:12:49

Panzanella - tuscan bread salad - cubes of stale bread, chopped fresh toms, EV olive oil, red wine vinegar/balsalmic, capers, basil, leave to infuse - very yum

catinboots Fri 30-Sep-11 20:15:20

on top of frnch onion soup with that yummy cheese i can't remember the name of!!

Gruyere???

mycatsaysach Fri 30-Sep-11 20:16:21

pizza

tomato puree toppings and cheese - lovely

tipp2chicago Fri 30-Sep-11 20:20:41

Drunken cheesy bread

Remains of French stick
2 slices ham or cooked bacon
1/4 onion, diced tiny
2-3 oz cheese, grated (cheddar or gruyere type)
70-80 ml White wine

Cut bread into 1.5" slices. Tuck into a baking dish which just fits the bread. Spill the White wine over the bread. Sprinkle over the onion, ham/bacon and cheese. Bake at 180 for 10-15 minutes until the cheese is crusty. Devour.

sis Fri 30-Sep-11 20:22:58

brush all over with milk and warm in oven for a few minutes and eat!

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