Roasted Garlic Breadcrumbs

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I ran out of breadcrumbs the other day and wondered how easy it would be to make up a batch of my own.  As it turns out, pretty easy, indeed.  I had breadcrumbs that were garlic flavored that I liked so I gave it a go with a head of garlic, peeled, minced, and added to the bread machine when it beeped, announcing itself ready for additions of suchlike.  When the loaf finished I tore it into small pieces and laid those on a baking tray in a 200 degree oven until they were very dry.  I was thinking that mold wouldn’t get a start if the bread crumbs were dry enough.  My food processor quickly reduced those torn pieces into a fairly fine grained mass.  To make doubly sure I ran these back through a low oven.  The garlic smelled wonderful throughout this processing.DSC_0092 (1600x1060)I couldn’t think of a better use for a pile of breadcrumbs than a batch of the best ever onion rings.  They turned out great!  The mushroom Swiss cheeseburger wasn’t bad, either.

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