Kosher L’Pesach Panko Breadcrumbs
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March 21, 2017 8:19 am at 8:19 am #1240005
I sold this at my register a couple times yesterday found it interesting whats it made out of ?March 21, 2017 8:57 am at 8:57 am #1240014
they are really good, goq. They are made from potaatoe starch and i use them (regular and cajun) all year long.
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hmm that’s a toughie can the mods email the info to me somehow? ty for letting me know SyagMarch 21, 2017 12:03 pm at 12:03 pm #1240681
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Getting this thread back on track I’ve had Sefardim buying big jars of Tamarind i asked one what they use it for they said to cook vegetables with.March 21, 2017 7:12 pm at 7:12 pm #1241191
Ty to the mods for getting this message through.March 23, 2017 10:12 pm at 10:12 pm #1243219March 26, 2017 12:36 am at 12:36 am #1243552
I looked at two brands of KFP pamko. One had potato flakes and potato starch. The other had tapioca starch, potatoes in some form, egg yolks, and some other stuff. This is from memory, so I can’t vouch for its accuracy.March 28, 2017 9:24 pm at 9:24 pm #1246162
I see a lot of Sfardim in my store buy frozen artichoke bottoms just curious what they make with that.March 29, 2017 8:23 am at 8:23 am #1246254
Kosher L’pesach panko crumbs are available all year from several companies that make gluten free products. They use potato or tapioca starch. some use rice flour which would be a kitniyos problem. these products are not as uncommon as you think.March 29, 2017 9:15 am at 9:15 am #1246317
Well they are new to me and i find them interesting.March 29, 2017 1:08 pm at 1:08 pm #1246679
If they are gluten free then I guess they are really not breadcrumbs. Can anyone explain what a Panko is?March 29, 2017 1:27 pm at 1:27 pm #1246701iacisrmmaParticipant
Panko=bread crumbs (in Japanese cooking)March 29, 2017 1:58 pm at 1:58 pm #1246715
So Panko Bread crumbs is redundant.
If they are gluten free then I guess they are really not Pankos.
Seems to have an identity crisis.March 29, 2017 5:28 pm at 5:28 pm #1247004iacisrmmaParticipant
WTP: not totally redundant. Panko Bread Crumbs are made specifically from white bread. As for gluten free..identity crisis…goes along with all other non-gebrokts items.March 30, 2017 7:18 am at 7:18 am #1247197
So if I follow a recipe that calls for panko crumbs (non-Pesach kind), am I missing something if I use regular bread crumbs?March 30, 2017 8:25 am at 8:25 am #1247214
It is a texture thing not flavor, its bigger pieces which make for a bigger crunch.March 30, 2017 9:16 am at 9:16 am #1247261
Tapioca or potato starch dont have the same consistency as wheat flour. gluten free products typically use xantham gum as a binder.
are you “missing the boat” by using kosher lepesach “bread crumbs” instead of bread crumbs? from a taste perspective in my opinion, no, from a texture perspective, possibly, it depends on the recipe and the cook.March 30, 2017 10:20 am at 10:20 am #1247322
apy its kinda funny how a thread about something so common is still going strong hmmm.March 30, 2017 1:19 pm at 1:19 pm #1247421
lo rainu, aino raya. go into any shoprite, stop and shop etc… you will see gluten free panko of several varieties and brands. for those who have or live with someone who has celiac (and there are many) it is reality.March 30, 2017 10:05 pm at 10:05 pm #1247777
Even if you think everyone should have heard of kfp panko bc it is still obviously new to me so your comment about how very commonplace it is must mean that I am not aware of things that are commonplace there was a dig there apy and there was no reason for it, if you thought this thread was pointless then just leave it and do not come back and certainly do not comment that it is a pointless thread.March 31, 2017 1:11 am at 1:11 am #1247824
iacisrmma, panko is not necessarily made from white bread. Kikkoman sells whole wheat panko (with an OU). Panko differs from standard bread crumbs in consistency — it’s flaky and crunchy. Apparently the bread from which panko is made isn’t baked with heat — it’s “cooked” with electricity.March 31, 2017 2:00 am at 2:00 am #1247832
Boy, it seems Pankos are very complicated. Goq, I only heard about them from recipes I have seen lately using them, but as you can tell, like you I had no idea what they were.
YY, what does it mean to cook with electricity? My oven is electric, is that called cooking with electricity? I usually just think of it as baking. Electricity generates heat. Do you mean zapping it with an electric current? I wonder how they could do that…April 1, 2017 11:01 pm at 11:01 pm #1248181
WTP, they zap the dough with electricity. Check out the Youtube video “Panko Breadcrumbs: The Secrets Revealed.”
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