Last time when we went food shopping we were after some nice croutons to add to our salad. Once we notice that you can pay up to £2 for a small bag of croutons, Mark decided to save this money and make some on his own.
This is actually a great way of “recycling” your left over bread. And, once made and placed in a zip bag or an air tight container, they will last a week or until you have a need for them.
So what do you need to make quick and easy homemade croutons?
– – Bread – any bread will work, so the choice is yours, but remember the “nicer” the bread the “nicer” the crouton we used a multi-seed rustic from Waitrose
– – 3tbsp of olive oil
– – Salt
– – Pepper, ideally fresh ground pepper
– – A pinch of mixed herbs
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