If you've never tried Panko bread crumbs, you're in for a surprise. These Japanese-style bread crumbs are different from regular bread crumbs because they're made from crustless bread, giving them a lighter color and a larger, more airy texture. They also tend to stay crunchy longer than your average bread crumb, which is a definite bonus in pretty much any recipe where you might use them.
They're good for a lot more than coating chicken and giving an extra crunch to casseroles, too. Try out these five easy recipes with Kikkoman Panko Bread Crumbs to see Panko in a whole new light.
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