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Panko is a kind of ready breadcrumbs, this type is coarsely chopped. This is perfect for making that "crunch" typical of the crunchiness of cutlet for example, or fried. It can also be used to make beef burgers or pasta and stuffing toppings. Panko is a particular type of breadcrumbs, prepared using white bread, typical of Japanese cuisine. Classic of Japanese cuisine, panko is widely used in the preparation of fried, thanks to its particular lightness and crunchiness, given by the fact that it does not fry, as opposed to traditional breadcrumbs, but incorporates air, swelling, sliding away fats in frying and preventing vegetables, meat and fish from soaking in oil.
Sukina People's Republic
Wheat flour, yeast, salt, palm oil, glucose.
How to preserve:
Cool, dry place away from direct light