Crisp Ricecrumbs

Crisp Ricecrumbs

Unlike loose breadcrumbs, these ricecrumbs are more dense and ball up when processed with oil and garlic – a different but impressive texture change!

Crisp Ricecrumbs Makes about 1-1/2 cups


2 T. jarred chopped garlic

1/2 t. salt plus to taste

1/2 t. fine grind fennel seed

1- Combine all ingredients in food processor. Process till contents pull away from sides and ball up.

2- Salt to taste if needed.

3- Transfer to bowl and set aside till ready to use in a recipe.

Notes: These crumbs stick together, yet don’t get mushy.

1- Spread atop any casserole, little pinches evenly on top.

2- When layering eggplant, instead of breading the eggplant, place or spread a teaspoonful or two on top of each slice, which adds texture to a soft vegetable.

3- Top individual veggie servings with pinches of crumb then broil till golden – watch carefully.

4- Use as a layer in lasagna to give added texture, between noodle and cheese.

5- Get creative wherever dried crumbs are called for in a recipe.


Published by Sharon Lee Davies-Tight, artist, writer/author, animal-free chef, activist

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