HOW IS IT MADE?
Panko are made from a crustless white bread that is processed into flakes and then dried.
These breadcrumbs have a dryer and flakier consistency than regular breadcrumbs, and as a result they absorb less oil.
On its own, panko has little to no flavor. It can be used as a crunchy topping to add texture to baked casseroles, like macaroni and cheese, as a breaded coating for fried foods, or as a binder for meatballs. It’s also commonly used in Japanese cooking.
Specially developed to work with Indian cooking including vegetarian dishes 30 mins hold-time. Turn golden brown with a crunchy, airy texture when cooked Japanese-style bread crumbs are coarser and lighter than ordinary bread crumbs Healthier than traditional deep frying batter, soaks 25% less oil Delicious bread crumbs that make a great meal-starter
Refined Wheat Flour, Yeast, Iodised
Sodium-423.5mg Panko produces lighter and crunchier tasting fried food.
These bread crumbs are light and super crunchy can also be used as a topping to a baked casserole, as a coating for fried food or as a filler the perfect size of sakura bread crumbs makes the crunch even crunchier.