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24 October 2010

how to make gluten-free breadcrumbs

Someone wrote to me recently to ask, "Do you know where I can buy gluten-free breadcrumbs? I can't find them in any store."

When I read it to Danny, we had the same reaction: "Oh honey, you don't need to buy them. They're so easy to make."

If you were wondering how to make breadcrumbs, we'd like to show you. In a video.






Danny particularly cracked me up in this one, so expect a lot of guffaws.

Also, we hadn't charged the camera we have been using for the last six months, so we had to go back to our old camera. (No naming names here, but we're not flipping over this camera anymore.) So the sound is a bit hard. Lean in.

You're going to want gluten-free breadcrumbs for tomorrow's recipe. So make some as soon as you watch this.

13 Comments:

At 9:36 AM, OpenID lis0r said...

I don't know if this technique will work as well for gluten free bread crumbs, but I often bake my bread crumbs after I've made them to give them the golden finish you often find on shop bought breaded food.

 
At 11:34 AM, Anonymous Laura at Gluten Free in the 713 said...

So glad you posted this! I think bread crumbs, like stuffing and breadpudding or strata, is one of the items that gluten free bread does great in.

 
At 1:22 PM, Blogger tracy said...

Hi Shauna and Danny --
I just made some breadcrumbs last night for Risotto Balls using leftovers from the risotto recipe in your book! :) I should have toasted my yummy Udi's a little bit longer since one of two pieces were a little less crispy. So, after whirling them in the food processor, I just popped them back in the oven for a few mins. I put them in a plastic bag and freeze them. That makes it really easy to pull them out when I need them.

 
At 1:31 PM, OpenID gfpumpkins said...

Rather than use a 'fresh' loaf of 'good' bread, I prefer to use ends and/or messed up bread. I save every shred of bread that I don't eat as is. I'm not fond of eating bread ends, so I freeze them. Any bread flops also go into the bag. Eventually I have enough usually to make at least 4 or so cups of bread crumbs. I've just been following the directions in the Joy of Cooking for regular bread crumbs and it's worked fabulous.

Now I have a way to make bread crumbs in a pinch. Thanks!

 
At 6:24 PM, Blogger Mrs. Q said...

Loved the video -- too cute!

 
At 7:53 PM, Anonymous Gluten Free Nomad said...

Here's an alternative for bread crumbs that I use all the time: Instead of using bread, grind up some rice cakes in the food processor, or roll them with a rolling pin. They work great!

I only use unsalted Lundberg rice cakes, but I imagine this would work with others. Just be sure to leave out the salt in the recipe if you're using salted rice cakes...

Pat

 
At 9:17 PM, Anonymous Carla Spacher said...

Very entertaining! Absolutely loved it! I used to put my bread in the oven. Now I just toast them.

 
At 10:17 AM, Blogger Cannelle Et Vanille said...

oh i love this. danny in full effect with the laughs and all. i miss you guys!

 
At 4:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow! After reading this post I HAD to have some Mac & Cheese! I only had one hour until I had to leave for work, and I only had less than 6 oz. of pasta in the house...it didn't stop me and it came out delicious! I just cut down the amounts of the cheeses (I used Feta instead of the cottage cheese) and baked it in 3 small bowls. Each a perfect serving size. I had it prepared, baked and a serving eaten before I left for work! My husband enjoyed it for supper tonight!! Thank you!!

 
At 6:41 AM, Blogger Allison the Meep said...

You two are so adorable. That whole video was so sweet and funny.

Like gfpumpkins, I also save the ends of loaves of bread and use them for breadcrumbs. I call them my bread butts. Butts = awesome crumbs

 
At 2:10 PM, Blogger sweetpea said...

Made these bread crumbs today using my Udi's bread for a cauliflower gratin! They really are easy to make and I love gfpumpkins idea of saving all the ends to make them! After the breadcrumbs I measured out everything to make your oreo's only to discover I was out of eggs and without a car . . . so sad. Of course I have saved the mix of dry ingredients and will recover tomorrow.

 
At 10:44 PM, Blogger Jackie said...

Very timely! Was just looking for a gluten-free breadcrumb recipe. And Danny just cracks me up! HAAAAH!

Thank you! Will make this tomorrow.

 
At 6:36 PM, Blogger Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

Fabulous! Thanks for posting this. I use g-f panko often, but sometimes I don't want that texture. I can't wait to put these to use in the recipes outta your fab book! Sorry to hear about your camera troubles; what a pain for you, but the sound and everything was great on my end. Thanks again, :o) mel

 

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