Upper Crust Enterprises, Inc. shares the history, making and uses for their traditional Japanese Panko Breadcrumbs 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.
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Cook noodles and drain. In medium saucepan melt butter; add Authentic Japanese Panko (code 01020) and sauté until golden brown. Add Parmesan cheese, seasoned salt and black pepper, mixing well to coat the crumbs. Add to noodles, stir & serve.
Best when used with a deck oven, brick oven or deep dish pizza. Blend Authentic Japanese Panko (code 01020) with canola oil to moisten. Roll and stretch pizza dough to pan size. Press Panko into the bottom of the rolled dough. If you use Panko no need to use Semolina flour. Add Sauce and toppings;
Cook, drain and cool tortellini or ravioli and set aside. Lightly spray Authentic Japanese Panko (code 01020) with olive oil and blend in garlic salt, Italian seasonings and grated Parmesan cheese or use Italian Style Seasoned Panko (code 03310). Dip tortellini/ravioli in light egg wash then roll in seasoned panko. Deep fry at 375°F until
Boil the pasta in salted water until al dente, drain. Drizzle olive oil over pasta and toss until well coated; set aside. In a large deep skillet heat olive oil, add Authentic Japanese Panko (code 01020) stirring constantly until golden, about 2 minutes. Transfer to a plate to cool. Sautee diced onions, garlic and red