Originally Posted by younggun21
The recipe i got for making cuban deviled crabs calls for 1 loaf of stale cuban bread to be ground and sifted so it can be added in the mixture to make the dough. How can I grind the bread that fine or is there a substitute for the cuban bread?
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Sounds delish. Would love to see the recipe (or post in your own words), as I've not heard of ground sifted breadcrumbs added to dough. Not familiar with Cuban bread, so w/o seeing the recipe, you may be able to use seasoned croutons. Put them in a zip-lock bag & go over them with a rolling pin. Or, season your bread & toast or bake, & crush up the crumbs following the same procedure - if you don't have a FP.