An article of food made from flour or meal by moistening, kneading, and baking.
Food; sustenance; support of life, in general.
To cover with bread crumbs, preparatory to cooking; as, breaded cutlets.
Basic food; some form of grain food has been a part of human diet in every culture. Early in the Old Testament there emerged two "breads"-a natural one and a heavenly one related to the will of God. In the Eucharist, Jesus brings the two together: "This (natural bread) is my body (heavenly food) given for you." Either leavened (raised) or unleavened bread can be used in the Eucharist. Unleavened bread is used in the Jewish Seder of Passover and therefore became the common bread of the Eucharist. In this form it is often recognized as a small dish-shaped wafer cut from a specially baked and prepared loaf.
The process of adding a coating to foods, usually for frying or baking. The food is usually first dipped in flour, then a mixture of egg and water, and finally very fine bread crumbs, corn meal or cracker crumbs. It's a good idea to let the coated food refrigerate for at least 30 minutes before frying to ensure that the coating will stick.
Coat a food (fish, meat, vegetables) by dipping into a liquid (beaten egg or milk), then into bread crumbs, cracker crumbs or cornmeal before frying or baking. See also Coat.
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A common thickening (see also almonds, blood, eggs and livers). At the time, prepared by toasting slices of white bread on the grill until they reached the desired colour (from light golden to black). Heating crumbs carefully in the oven gives a more uniform colour.
food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked
cover with bread crumbs; "bread the pork chops before frying them"
To roll in bread crumbs before cooking.
verb - To coat with bread crumbs or batter before cooking, usually by deep-frying or baking. noun - A baked, leavened food whose main constituent is flour or meal.
To coat with flour, then dip into slightly diluted beaten egg or milk, and finally coat with bread, cereal ro cracker crumbs.
(as a verb): To roll or coat with bread crumbs, dry cereal or cracker crumbs.
A staple food made from a mixture of ground grains or seeds (flour), salt and water, baked grilled or fried to a solid mass. Now usually refers to wheat or rye flours but other grains are used in small quantities and ground legumes in India. Bread is either unleavened or leavened. Leavening introduces small bubbles of gas into the flour water matrix giving the bread a lighter texture. Cooking Tips: To reheat hard or stale bread, dip it in some warm water and bake at 180°C until it is well warmed. If it is fluffy, then wrap it in aluminum foil and place it in the oven for 5 minutes at 200°C.
To coat the food with crumbs (usually with soft or dry bread crumbs) ... more on bread here
To coat food with bread, cracker or other crumbs. Usually the food is dipped into a liquid (beaten eggs, milk, beer, etc.) before it is coated.
1. A food baked from a dough or batter made with flour or meal, water or other liquids and a leavener. 2. To coat a food with flour, beaten eggs and bread crumbs or cracker crumbs before cooking.
To dredge or coat food with bread crumbs.
You coat the food in bread crumbs or another powdered seasoning mix, usually soft and dry bread crumbs. You can do this with pork chops, chicken or chicken fried steak. Depending on the recipe you will sometimes need to first coat the meat in beaten egg or another liquid. Shake ‘n bake is one type of breading. coat the meat with plenty of the mixture by rolling it in the bag of shake ‘n bake mixture.
For a woman to dream of eating bread, denotes that she will be afflicted with children of stubborn will, for whom she will spend many days of useless labor and worry. To dream of breaking bread with others, indicates an assured competence through life. To see a lot of impure bread, want and misery will burden the dreamer. If the bread is good and you have access to it, it is a favorable dream. See Baking and Crust.
To coat the food with crumbs (usually with soft or dry bread crumbs), sometimes seasoned.
Bread is staple food of European, Middle Eastern and Indian cultures which is prepared by baking, steaming, or frying dough. Bread consists minimally of flour and water; salt is present in most cases; and usually a leavening agent such as yeast is used. Breads may also contain some amounts of sugar, spices, fruit (such as raisins, pumpkin or bananas), vegetables (like onion or zucchini), nuts, or seeds (such as caraway, sesame or poppy seeds).