Ricetta in Italiano
Dal forno | Sformato di pane, una deliziosa cenetta economica
The holiday festivities are over and I’m sure that some of you have leftovers of any kind in the kitchen. Like me, I have a lot of bread left over which I’ve put in the freezer. And today I have this inspiration for you, how you can turn out of leftover bread a delicious dish for your family: Bread casserole!
There are really many ways how to recycle leftover bread in the kitchen!
For example, I know that at home when I was a little girl, Mamma made bread crumbs out of bread leftovers or a delicious bruschetta!
Here in Germany, there are different recipes to use leftover bread such as to make dumplings or better known as Semmelknödel. A really delicious way to reuse bread!
Or you can make a quick, frugal dinner for your family like I did! Add eggs, milk and parmesan. Use ham, salami or whatever you have in your fridge, put it together
and ready to go right in the oven! So damned easy, isn’t it? Oh, if you don’t have bread leftovers, no problem, you can use any bread that you have at your house.
This delicious bread casserole served with a delicious green salad and tomatoes and you have a perfect dinner! Your kids will love this casserole! Believe me!
What do you think?
Here is the recipe!
Delicious bread casserole
- 16 slices of ciabatta bread or any other leftover bread
- 3 eggs
- 200 ml milk
- 3 tablespoons Parmesan cheese
- salt and pepper
- 8 slices of ham
- 8 slices of Emmental cheese or any other cheese
- some butter
- some olive oil
- 1 casserole
- Whisk the eggs with the milk, add parmesan, salt and pepper and stir well.
- Grease the baking dish with a little butter and sprinkle with breadcrumbs.
- Begin with a layer of bread and spread half of the egg mixture over the bread slices. Then a layer of ham and cheese and another layer of bread.
- Distribute the remaining egg mixture. Top with the remaining ham and cheese.
- Drizzle with some olive oil and bake for about 15 minutes at 200 °.
- Serve with a delicious salad!
Recipe from emmiscookinside.blog
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