Upper Crust Enterprises, Inc. shares the history, making and uses for their traditional Japanese Panko Bread Crumbs and Tempura Batter Mix. Chapters: History of Panko, Our Process, Who is Upper Crust, Menu Applications. Learn how to make: Chicken Katsu or Tonkatsu, Award-Winning Onion Rings, and Top Crusted Crispy Baked Chicken or Fish.

De-glaze fish (Cod, Pollock or Halibut) by rinsing in cold water and cut in strips. Dust fish in DRY Upper Crust Tempura Batter mix (code 07230) seasoned with Lemon Pepper, and Red Pepper powder shaking off excess. Dip in prepared Tempura batter made with beer instead of water and seasoned with lemon pepper and Red

Menu Secrets from Our Kitchen – quick and easy menu application ideas from Upper Crust Enterprises. Remember use only Authentic Japanese Panko bread crumbs and Tempura batter from Upper Crust Enterprises in your kitchen.

Menu Secrets from Our Kitchen – quick and easy menu application ideas from Upper Crust Enterprises. Remember use only Authentic Japanese Panko bread crumbs and Tempura batter from Upper Crust Enterprises in your kitchen.

Menu Secrets from Our Kitchen – quick and easy menu application ideas from Upper Crust Enterprises. Remember use only Authentic Japanese Panko bread crumbs and Tempura batter from Upper Crust Enterprises in your kitchen.

Menu Secrets from Our Kitchen – quick and easy menu application ideas from Upper Crust Enterprises. Remember use only Authentic Japanese Panko bread crumbs and Tempura batter from Upper Crust Enterprises in your kitchen.

Coconut Panko Crusted Brownies — A unique twist to a classic brownie. It will surprise your customers with a crispy texture to the soft chewy brownie. This recipe was made by accident but we are glad we did it because the flavor is fantastic. The recipe is so simple, and the crispy Panko crumb will

Panko Oatmeal Raisin Cookies — You will be surprised at what Panko can bring to your cookie recipe. Fresh made cookies only last 1 or 2 days before they start to dry out and crumble. But with Panko the cookie will stay crispy and moist. Give it a try and you will be surprised with

Potato Croquettes — A fusion of Japanese and American favorites to create a unique crispy side dish that is great for breakfast. Or it can be menued as a snack. The light and crispy Panko texture works well with the soft texture of the mashed potatoes. The recipe is easy and can be prepared in

Mix Upper Crust Authentic Japanese Panko (code 01020) with melted butter, sugar, coconut flakes and cinnamon, blend lightly. Texture should be like a light wet sand. Top your favorite apple or peach cobbler and bake at 400°F til golden. The Panko mixture creates a unique flavor experience of crunchy topping with soft fruit inside.

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