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What are SOFT Bread Crumbs?

Last post Dec 10, 2010 9:22 PM by Callie123 . 2 replies.


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  • What are SOFT Bread Crumbs?

    Found a recipe on site called "Pork Chops with Corn Dressing", but it calls for 2 cups of SOFT bread crumbs.  What are those?  Since this is recipe has a DRESSING...does that mean STUFFING?  Should I be using an old loaf of bread crumbled up?  Or do I grab my can of bread crumbs and use those....I use them for BREADING chicken and such.  I'm confused.

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  • Re: What are SOFT Bread Crumbs?
    It is fresh bread crumbs, made from crumbling fresh bread or put fresh bread in the processor.
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  • Re: What are SOFT Bread Crumbs?

    As stated above, soft bread crumbs would be made from fresh bread.  However, if you don't mind a textural difference, you can sub dry bread crumbs if you prefer.  I've done the sub both ways, and you will get an edible, but slightly different result.

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