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 Authentic Japanese 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
Mix Authentic Japanese Panko (code 01020) with melted butter, sugar and cinnamon, blend lightly. Texture should be like light, wet sand. Top your favorite apple or peach cobbler and bake 400°F until golden. The Panko mixture creates a unique flavor experience of crunchy topping with soft fruit inside.
Cut banana into 1/2” diagonal slices. Dust the bananas with dry Coconut Batter mix (code 09230). Dip in prepared Coconut Batter made with ice cold water. Deep fry at 350-375 degrees until golden brown. Serve hot with ice cream and drizzle with chocolate syrup.
Cut fresh pineapple into 1-inch chunks or use a pineapple wedge about 5 inches long ½ inch thick. Dust pineapple with dry Coconut batter mix (code 09230) and shake off excess. Dip in prepared Coconut batter then roll in Coconut Panko (code 03510) applying liberally. Store in a freezer. Deep fry at 350-375º until golden
Lightly spray vegetable oil on Authentic Japanese Panko (code 01020) and gently blend in powdered sugar, cinnamon and sliced almonds; set aside. Peel, core and slice Gala apples into ½-inch rounds. Dust apple rounds with a dry mixture of Tempura Batter (code 07230), powdered sugar and cinnamon, then dip in prepared tempura batter. Roll coated
Make an ice cream sandwich using your favorite ice cream and two slices of pound cake. Wrap tightly in plastic wrap pressing on the edges of the cake to seal in the ice cream. Freeze for 2-3 hours. Unwrap frozen sandwiches and dip into prepared Tempura Batter (code 07230). Deep fry at 375 degrees for
Mix Upper Crust Coconut Panko (code 03510) with melted butter and brown sugar; blend lightly. Top your favorite peach (or apple) cobbler and bake @ 400°F until golden brown. The Panko mixture creates a unique flavor experience of crunchy topping with soft fruit inside.
Mix Authentic Japanese Panko (code 01020) with melted butter, sugar and cinnamon, blend lightly. Texture should be like light wet sand. Top your favorite apple or peach cobbler and bake at 400°F until golden. The Panko mixture creates a unique flavor experience of crunchy topping with soft fruit inside.
Enjoy this delicious twist on the classic apple pie. Instead of a top crust use Coconut Panko (code 03510) as the top. Blend melted butter into Coconut Panko and spoon on top of pie filling. Bake the pie as usual The coconut panko will provide a crispy topping to your pie with a unique apple