Cant find breadcrumbs on asda.com??

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Found 3rd Aug 2008
All asda stores sell pots of breadcrumbs but cannot find them on asda.com,any idea what they might be under?
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usually by the salt and spices in tesco's maybe try condiments. Or packet mixes as under them too on the shelves in my tesco. The breadcrumbs usually next to salt under the herbs and packet mixes
something like fish..:? dont really know HTH
I don't think they do them on-line, i'll pick you some up, next time i'm in-store, if you like.
They are available at Tescos.
it looks like they dont do them online! ahhh well will send my lad down to tesco for them then lol
I assumed they sold online the same stuff as instore
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I don't think they do them on-line, i'll pick you some up, next time i'm … I don't think they do them on-line, i'll pick you some up, next time i'm in-store, if you like.

thanks for the offer will get em from tescos:thumbsup:
Here's a recipe:-

Homemade Bread Crumbs
15 min, 8 min prep

Make a six month supply of bread crumbs for the cost of 2 loaves of bread and a cup of butter.

Ingredients

2 loaves firm-textured white bread
1 cup butter
salt & freshly ground black pepper

Directions

1 Use a food processor or blender to crumb the bread evenly.
2 Crumbs should not be like sand.
3 Leave some texture-don't overprocess.
4 Melt butter in a large pan and add crumbs and salt and pepper.
5 Stir until evenly coated.
6 Continue stirring over medium heat until the crumbs sound like sand when they hit the bottom of the pan.
7 Cool thoroughly.
8 Then store in heavy duty plastic bags with zipper seals.
9 Don't put them in the refrigerator-they won't keep.
10 Store them in a cabinet for up to six months.
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Here's a recipe:-Homemade Bread Crumbs15 min, 8 min prepMake a six month … Here's a recipe:-Homemade Bread Crumbs15 min, 8 min prepMake a six month supply of bread crumbs for the cost of 2 loaves of bread and a cup of butter. Ingredients2 loaves firm-textured white bread 1 cup butter salt & freshly ground black pepper Directions1 Use a food processor or blender to crumb the bread evenly. 2 Crumbs should not be like sand. 3 Leave some texture-don't overprocess. 4 Melt butter in a large pan and add crumbs and salt and pepper. 5 Stir until evenly coated. 6 Continue stirring over medium heat until the crumbs sound like sand when they hit the bottom of the pan. 7 Cool thoroughly. 8 Then store in heavy duty plastic bags with zipper seals. 9 Don't put them in the refrigerator-they won't keep. 10 Store them in a cabinet for up to six months.



Thankyou very much,might have to give this a bash and see what they turn out like:thumbsup:
A recipe, for breadcrumbs, maybe I should save my old bread and not feed the local duckies and ducklets, ahh !! but then they r soooooo cute :-D
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