Bread Roll Croutons

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In today’s Catering Craft’s class, we will be learning about Bread Roll Croutons

Bread Roll Croutons

In Nigeria, apart from sliced breads, wheat bread, sardine bread, there is a popular bread called the ‘Agege Bread.’ This goes to show that people have their preferences not just in food accompaniment, but in staple meals like bread. 

Today, we will be looking at a type of bread eaten majorly in the Western countries. We will be learning how to make this bread, too. 

Let’s learn!

How To Make Bread Roll Croutons

bread roll croutons

Here are the steps involved in making Bread Roll Crouton

  1. It’s just important that the croutons be uniformly sized so that they cook evenly.
  2. Toss with oil and seasonings: In a large bowl, drizzle the bread evenly with the oil and seasonings. Then toss until evenly combined.
  3. Spread out on a baking sheet: Turn the croutons out onto a parchment-covered baking sheet, and spread out in a single layer.
  4. Bake until crispy: Flipping the croutons once halfway through baking. Then bake until the croutons reach your desired level of crispiness. (If they start to get too brown, lower the heat and let them bake lower and slower.)
  5. Serve or store: Then serve immediately. Or let the croutons cool until they reach room temperature, then store in a sealed container for up to 2 weeks.

In summary, to have the best taste of  Bread Roll Croutons, remember to flip the croutons once halfway through baking. Baking until the croutons reach your desired level of crispiness depends on your preference. 

 

Evaluation

Name three types of bread found in your locality. 

 

Reading Assignment

List the types of Food Accompaniments.

 

Weekend Assignment

Carry out a practical on Bread Roll Croutons.

 

We hope you enjoyed today’s class. In our next class, we will be learning about Table Accompaniments.

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