This article is a recipe for a panade. The article first describes the dish and the all the ingredients and preparation work needed. Then there is a list of all the specific ingredients needed. The author then goes in to describe the making of the dish. All the details are included such as cooking methods and instructions on how to prepare each ingredient to make the whole. The article ends with Recipe Notes instead of a neat little bow of a conclusion.
- You can make a delicious, healthy stew with toasted bread, cheese, sausage and vegetables
- This recipe takes some time, but it makes a lot so it can be used for potlucks, large families, or to make ahead and freeze.
- This recipe is versatile–you can make it in a slow cooker or a pressure cooker, or bake it in the oven.
“The only real drawback to panades, in my opinion, is that they take so long to bake that I’m always starving by the time it’s ready.”
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