“PANKO” Japanese Style Bread Crumbs
Panko is a Japanese-style breadcrumb. Panko’s bread is coarsely ground into airy, large flakes that give fried foods a light, crunchy coating. The flakes tend to stay crispier longer than standard breadcrumbs because they don’t absorb as much grease.
#20152 MIYAKO PANKO 20lbs.
#20153 MIYAKO PANKO 8lbs.
#20154 MIYAKO PANKO 5.25oz.
Miyako Fresh “NAMA” PANKO
#5260 F-MIYAKO NAMA PANKO 7/2lbs.
Although Tonkatsu Sauces are eaten alongside Japanese breaded and fried cutlets, the origins are actually British, with tonkatsu sauce being a sweeter and thicker variation of Worcestershire.
MiyKAGOME TONKATSU SAUCE
#20241 TONKATSU SAUCE, KAGOME 6/1.8lit.
#24267 TONKATSU SAUCE, KAGOME 20/16.9floz.
#20242 TONKATSU SAUCE, KAGOME 3/10/10floz.
#24274 TAKE OUT TONKATSU SAUCE 15/8gx40pcs
OTAFUKU TONKATSU SAUCE
#20290 1.8L-OTAFUKU TONKATSU SAUCE 6/1.8lit.
BATTER MIX FOR PANKO COATING
The panko coating falls off from the ingredients because the egg is inhibited from performing its function, which is that of binding the bread crumbs to the ingredients. Not only does this batter mix make panko stick better to the meat or veggies, but also it will help prevent shrinkage because the surface of the meat/veggies will not be exposed to heat and moisture loss will be minimized.