Here’s the Most Efficient Way of Reviving Stale Bread [WATCH VIDEO]
Chef Sara Moulton shares her secret to reviving stale bread at Rachel Ray’s show. Most of us hate wasting and throwing away the food items that we purchase.
There are times when we buy loaves of bread which get half consumed, and the remaining is left to stale. In this video, Chef Sara Moulton has shared the most efficient way of reviving stale bread. We don’t even need any extra effort or expensive resources to do so.
You can do it with all the materials that are already available in your kitchen. First, we need to wet the bread by running water over it. Then wrap it in an aluminum foil and put it in the microwave oven. Let it heat for 12 to 15 minutes with 300 degrees temperature.
Now when you take it out of the oven, unwrap it. And there, your bread is soft and ready to eat again. If you like it crunchy, then all you need to do is put it back in the oven for another five minutes.
She also tells us the way to save the good half a piece from the molded cheese. You can dispose the grated, wet, cottage or sliced cheese because they have the chances of spreading. But if you have cheese in the form of wedges, then you can save it by cutting away the molded part.
While cutting, keep an inch space and try to keep the mold away from the knife. And the other way is to re-wrap your cheese, as in to change the wrapper that you use to wrap your cheese frequently, which will prevent the cheese from molds.
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