How to use up Stale Bread - Part 2

Part Two /:) … it’s not a series going on here, just that I prepared couple of dishes using up few of stale slices of expensive Multigrain Bread which was lying in my refrigerator for a more than a week. And I  posted one here followed by Part Two now:P

I had bookmarked Nupur’s soup which used up the stale bread ,on similar lines I prepared this Tomato Bread Soup. Using up stale bread is different from the bread crumbs,as the first one gives the thickness to the soup while the other one crunchiness.

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The Foodie had been suffering from cold n cough for quite a long time, so this was a good reason for me to try out this soup (so what if it had “stale” bread..its a secret between US.. let him realize it when he reads this.. if he would :P)

You Need:

  • Stale Bread: 2 slices– Cubed IMG_3786
  • Tomato: 2 - Pureed
  • Onion\green onion: 1-2 small - grinded
  • Garlic cloves: 2 - grinded
  • Spring Onion: 2 stalks - shredded
  • Chilli flakes: 2-3 tsp – I used Pizza deliverable – 2 sachets.
  • Oregano: 2-3 tsp – I used Pizza deliverable – 2 sachets.
  • Cheese: grated – as per taste
  • Water \Vegetable Stock: 1 – as per the liquidly you need – I used ½ cup drinking water
  • Salt and Pepper: to taste
  • Butter: to sauté

You Do:

  1. Sauté Paste of Onion + garlic in the butter, till it softens and loses its raw smell.
  2. Add Chilli flakes + Oregano, follow with tomato Puree and vegetable stock\water.
  3. Let it simmer for couple of minutes. Add spring onion + salt+ pepper.
  4. When the soup is done add the bread slice cubes.

Serve hot with grated cheese. IMG_3787

Monsoon Evening and a hot soup…what else would we need :D

Comments

  1. hi kanchan
    this soup looks soooo delicious n mouthwatering ...best way of using stale bread as i always wonder what to do with stale bread ...ur last post n this one is very useful ...thanks for sharing

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  2. New, innovative and unique recipe. Looks delicious and mouth watering. I shall try your wonderful recipe.

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  3. That is a wonderful idea to make soup out of bread and tomato.

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  4. Soup looks yummy dear. I have not tried this before.. bookmarking it now :)

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  5. Thats really a awesome one....wanna taste now itself....

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  6. Lovely soup kanchan, nice way to use stale bread, thanks for sharing it...

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  7. Thats a fabulous, fantastic and filling soup, looks yummm!

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  8. Looks thick and smooth and perfect for a rainy day! Doesn't bread add such richness to the soup, what a great way to use up stale slices.

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  9. @Satya,
    So hope even you would use up the stale bread in some or the other way ;)

    @Babli,
    Do let me know if you like it.

    @Priya,
    :D Thanks !

    @Nithya,
    Do try.. quite simple to prepare.

    @Akila,
    Seeing you first time around… thanks dear. Hope to see u often around.

    @Sushma,
    @Priya,
    Thanks dear.

    @Nupur,
    Thanks to you .. we loved the hot and thick soup during these monsoons.

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  10. another great way of using stale breads. looks so creamy and delicious.!

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  11. Kanchi, an innovative way again, good going girl.

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  12. nice innovative idea of using stale bread for making a delicious soup.

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  13. great idea...and recipe. Very useful esp in my home whr bread is always bought and often thrown away as stale!

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  14. great idea...and recipe. Very useful esp in my home whr bread is always bought and often thrown away as stale!

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  15. soup looks delicious, Kanchan! my only problem is both of us love bread so much, we hardly have any leftovers =p.. looks yummy though!

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  16. Dear Kanchan
    This is a great recipe , wont use stale bread to insult the recipe. I am producing stale bread for making recipe -1. I am now adding stale sprouts ( hidden in the fridge too)soaked in lemon to the great thalipeeth..awesome ...
    Have a nice week ahead\
    ushnishda

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  17. i love this recipe and hav bookmarked it... nice blog and great collection of yummy recipes..

    http://rasoithekitchen.blogspot.com/

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  18. First time here.. wonderful blog with awesome clicks.. thanks for sharing.. :)

    Cheers,
    Hari Chandana

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  19. Wish you a Happy Friendship Day.

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  20. soup looks...tempting and delicious..mmmmmm...first time here..u hv an awesome space...do visit me sumtime-
    http://creativesanyukta.blogspot.com/

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  21. Soup looks so delicious and perfect for monsoon...Nice way to use leftover bread.

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  22. This is what i exactly want now,for the climate here and my health condition ;)

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  23. Very interesting, Stale bread soup!

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  24. Really an innovative recipe.Thanks for sharing.Grt clicks !

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  25. very interesting soup... 1st time to your fabulous space.. lovely collection of recipes... do visit my site at your convenience.. following you..

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  26. Nice tip and awesome recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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  27. I always have leftover breads.... now i know what to do :-)

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