posted on Mar, 9 2013 @ 08:22 PM
go to bakers ask for some couple of day old bread.
celery stalks and leaves
bacon ( a lil goes a long way)
optional caraway seeds
slice bread into centimetre cubes put in biggest bowl u can find
slice onions, bacon, celery very finely place in bowl
add salt and caraway seeds
add eggs and milk and then get your hands in there and mush it up the bread has to break down but you dont want it runny has to be pliable to roll
into balls about 5cm round.
Get the biggest pot you have half fill with water add some salt bring to the boil.
Add the balls a couple at a time when they float give a min or two longer then try one they should be cooked through. Once cooked you can freeze some
the rest will last for about a week in the fridge.
You can use these to substitue meat or to bulk up stews or eat them on there own from the fridge. They seriously fill you up.
P.s. I usually am able to get the bread from the bakers for free there happy to get rid of it about 4 or 5 loaves worth so the only real cost is the
bacon, onion, and celery.
I dint write measurements because it depends on how much bread you get.