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The 27 [cm.sup.3] volume cylinders were cut from the bread crumb and were kneaded.
Literature stated that the using of single threshold value for image segmentation of porous crumb structure may lead to under- and overestimation of cell sizes due to nonuniform structure of the bread crumb [8].
Bread crumb is a typical component within the food industry as possibly utilized for coating or filling of stuffed pasta.
The dish is pretty simple – it's chicken breast coated in bread crumbs then cooked in the oven.
(*) To make dry bread crumbs: Finegrind bread crumbs.
In a separate shallow dish, toss together panko bread crumbs, Romano cheese, oregano, lemon zest, garlic powder and 1/4 teaspoon pepper.
He uses Panko flakes, a Japanese bread crumb, for the coating for his smoked haddock and spring onion fish cakes.
Bread crumb structure--cell size and elongation--was not affected by grain maturity.
(Crusts can be ground and dried for bread crumb recipes.)
The researchers measured the color of the grain, flour and bread crumb instrumentally using the CIE L* a* b* color scale.
A gentle roll in panko, the fluffy, Japanese-style bread crumb, creates the cake's crunchy coating.
The densities of the control bread crumb and high-density bread crumb were 0.29 to 0.34 and 0.36 to 0.41 g per cm3, respectively.
14 Crunchy bread crumb outer layer with a succulent cod filling.
It was a tidy catch on red maggot and bread crumb feeder from peg five in Hollinhey Bay.
Sourdough is used in the manufacture of rye bread to obtain the desired texture and typical sour and malty flavor, particularly of the bread crumb. Requiring several fermentation steps, the conventional sourdough preparation process is time-consuming.