Thought of at New by Mouth as the best when it comes to breadcrumbs, Panko is a flaky crumb used particularly in Japanese cuisine for coating fried foods. Also known as Japanese Breadcrumbs, the main difference between Panko and everyday breadcrumbs is that Panko excludes the crusts; which means an airier crumb helping to create a lighter coating. The flakes also tend to be larger meaning less grease is absorbed when used in frying. All these factors combine to create a light crunchy coating remaining crispy for longer.
|Ingredients:||Wheat flour, sugar, salt, yeast, bread additive|
|Minimum Shelf Life:||6 Months|
|Nutritional Information||Per 100g|
|Energy:||377kcal / 1583kj|
|Of Which Sugars:||4.5g|
|Of Which Saturates:||0.8g|