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WEEKLY DEAL  Chef William Panko Breadcrumbs 1kg
WEEKLY DEAL Chef William Panko Breadcrumbs 1kg
2 for £1.00

or £0.75 each (£4.49)

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Best Before:7 Sep 2019
from £0.05 / 100g
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1 £0.75
2+ £0.50 (from 2 for £1.00)


£2.99 each
For those of you who don’t know about Panko, it’s a versatile breadcrumb originating from Japan. Panko’s origin dates to World War II when, out of a necessity to cook bread without an oven (and wanting to avoid smoke caused by cooking with fire), soldiers discovered they could cook bread using electrical current from their tanks batteries. Due to the benefit of this cooking method, which produces a lighter bread with an even distribution of air bubbles and results in a large, flaky breadcrumb (no crusts as well…perfect for breadcrumbs), the distinctive Panko breadcrumb was established and has for long been a favoured ingredient in Asian cuisine.
Panko differs from normal breadcrumbs in that, because of the breads light but large flakes, the crumbs soak up less oil during and after the cooking process and hence produce a crispy, crunchy texture and golden colour. Most standard breadcrumbs are much finer and leave a heavy, oily and sometimes soggy breadcrumb following the cooking process. Panko is an incredibly versatile ingredient and can not only be used to coat meat or fish; it can also be used to top casseroles, salads, pasta dishes or roasted vegetables or used to thicken up a burger or sausage mix. The opportunities are endless!…


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