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The Panko is a kind of breadcrumbs ready, this type is coarsely chopped. This is perfect for creating that "crunch" is typical of the crunchiness of the cutlet, for example, or fried. It can also be used to make burgers of beef or seasonings to the dough and the filling. The term Panko defines a particular type of bread crumbs, prepared using white bread, typical of japanese cuisine. The classic japanese cuisine, panko is widely used in the preparation of fried food, thanks to its particular lightness and crispiness, due to the fact that not fry, instead of the breadcrumbs traditional, but incorporates air, swelling up, sliding away the fat in frying and avoiding the vegetables, the meat and the fish to soak in the oil.
Wheat flour, palm oil, sugar, yeast, salt.
Mode of storage:
A cool, dry place away from direct light