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How to Make Crutons Recipe Using Sourdough Bread

MealPro , On January 21, 2023

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How to Make Crutons Recipe Using Sourdough Bread

Preparing crutons can be quick and easy and adds a finished touch to your soup, dip or salad. In this crutons recipe we use sourdough bread rolls but you are welcome to make a cruton recipe with your bread of choice following the same process.

Equipment and Ingredients Needed to Make a Crutons Recipe from Sourdough Bread

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Ingredients Needed for this Cruton Recipe

    Ingredients Needed to Make Crutons Recipe from Sourdough Bread

  • Sourdough Bread

  • White Onion Diced

  • Garlic Cloves

  • Butter Cubes

  • Olive Oil

  • Equipment Needed to make Crutons Recipe Using Sourdough

  • Serated bread knife and cutting board

  • Medium sized roasting pan, sheet pan or other oven safe dish

  • Large saute pan

How to Make a Crutons Recipe from Sourdogh Bread Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Add the olive oil to the sauce pan over medium heat. Sauté the diced onion and sliced garlic until fragrant. Use a serated bread knife to cut the bread into cubes that will form crutons.

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    Slice Ingredients

  2. In a sauté pan, cook the butter and minced garlic over medium low heat until the mixture starts to brown.

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    Caramelize the condiment before adding crutons

  3. Immediately remove from the heat then toss in the bread cubes to combine well, and toast for a few minutes, stirring constantly. Set aside and enjoy with a cauliflower soup or salad.

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    Enjoy Curtons Over Salad or Soup

Serve the Sourdough Bread Crutons Recipe

Serve the sourdough bread crutons with a broccoli soup or a cauliflower soup or over a salad.

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