Use Kikkoman Panko Bread Crumbs like you would any regular crumb.
Excellent for coating fried foods or as a topping for casseroles.
Japanese Style Bread Crumbs
Made from bread that has been custom baked to make airy, crispy crumbs.
Bursting with Flavor
8 oz package
If you enjoy cooking and have not tried Kikkoman Panko Bread Crumbs yet you are truly missing out!
Let me tell you first off I did not even notice I was ordering a 2 pound box so when it arrived I had a great laugh at how big this box is!
I have already given some to my daughter and mother because one box of this would last me years!
It comes with two separate bags in the box which reseal for freshness which is a nice touch.
Panko bread crumbs can be used for a lot of things but the way I use it most is as a crunchy topping on salmon, tuna, chicken, and pork.
Just mix enough olive oil with some crumbs to get the crumbs moist but not soaking wet. Add salt, pepper, and other spices as you wish to season. Cook meat or fish but at the last four minutes of the cook cycle add the topping (panko mixture) and put back in oven.
Panko crisps up / browns FAST!
It is so good and I just could eat it straight!
This box is a steal for the price considering how little panko you would use in a regular meal serving compared to how much you receive in this 2 pound box.
Give it a try and if you already know and love Panko I recommend this brand for sure.
✓ Gluten Free. Made in a facility that exclusively makes pork rinds.
✓ Easy. Substitute 1 to 1 for bread crumbs in any recipe.
✓ Oven & Grill Friendly. A high heat tolerance allows for use in any recipe that uses flour. Use to bread chicken, fish, scotch eggs, or as flour in bread or pizza crusts.
✓ Carb Free. Friendly to Keto, Paleo, Diabetic, Bariatric Diet
✓ Simple. Contains Only Two Ingredients: Pork Skin + Rock Salt
Finally a no-carb gluten free substitute for bread crumbs! My first use was for oven fried chicken breasts. I seasoned the chicken first then rolled in the pork dust. The chicken came out with a great crisp coating. My second use was doing something similar with fish fillets, this time I mixed it with Parmesan cheese and spices. It came out very yummy. They don't stick well to the food unless you coat the food with egg first, let it stand for a few minutes so it gets sticky then roll in the pork dust. Use an oven crisping mat to maximize the crispiness. I'm not thinking these would work well for sweet preparations, best for savory. They do taste just like pork rinds, only not as strong a flavor.
No Artificial Flavors
With Natural Spices
I've always used another brand of panko but it was expensive to buy small boxes. I saw this large jar of Panko for a decent price and I do trust McCormick so decided to give it a try. I love it and put it on Subscribe and Save. The flavor is bold and the crumbs are fresh. My husband and I both like it as much as the previous brand I was buying. Some of the crumbs are a little large so sometimes, depending on what I'm coating, I'll grind the amount I need for a particular recipe in my coffee/spice grinder. Don't need to that often but it's nice to know I have options...finer or coarser.
Jeff Nathan Creations Chef Gourmet Panko Plain Gluten Free, 15 Ounce
Great tasting gluten free alternative. My husband and son like these better then regular bread crumb. When used for frying, they come out very crispy. They do not retain crispiness when reheated...but most bread crumb do not. They are "plain" so you can season them to your liking or just use them the way they are. I have also ground them into a finer crumb to use in place of regular bread crumb and they work out just great as well. They are are gluten free bread crumb of choice
Japanese-style bread crumbs are coarser and lighter than ordinary bread crumbs
Product of Taiwan
Turn golden brown with a crisp, airy texture when cooked
Delicious bread crumbs that make a great meal-starter
Great as a coating around seafood or as a substitute for bread crumbs
Hard to find Panko in whole wheat, but when you do, there are usually only a few boxes. Since I use them not only to coat food for frying or oven-baking -- but also in meat loaf, etc., in place of bread crumbs, I don't want to be running to the store all the time. Buying a multi-pack online through Amazon proves to be the solution.
These crumbs are sealed, so they are fresh tasting and the quality is great.
Unlike traditional breadcrumbs, Ian's panko breadcrumbs are not gritty or dense, and they absorb less grease
Pre-seasoned with a tasty seasoning blend, Ian's Italian panko breadcrumbs are an essential pantry staple
Free from egg, nuts and soy
Panko breadcrumbs are a light and crispy Japanese-style breadcrumb that brings a light and crispy crunch to your plate
These are really good. I made sheet pan pork chops with just a bit of olive oil to make them stick to the chops. I also pushed them in with the back of a spoon. I grilled thick chops at 400 degrees for 30 minutes and they were perfect. Nice crunchy coating; the Italian style required no additional seasoning. I would probably get 6 or 8 coatings with one bag.
Ideal for fried or baked food
Zero grams Trans Fat
The Versatile Coating Crumbs
Fish, Seafood, Poultry, Vegetables, Steaks, Chops
Cutlets, Patties, Fritter, Dessert Toppings
Those little boxes of Kikkoman Panko crumbs are very good, but don't last very long, so I bought it in bulk, decanted it into three ziploc bags, and have Panko to last me into the new year, 2021. As long as the bags are sealed, the crumbs stay fresh. My experience tells me that Kikkoman's Panko crumbs are the best available.
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