Panko Crumbs

I made a yummy sandwich bread. I had left-overs. I needed panko crumbs. So, I made some with the left-over bread. 1 piece of bread yields approx. 1/4 cup panko crumbs.

Giant.

Flaky.

Crumbs. Of. Bread.

I read that the word Panko means breadcrumbs in Japan? It makes sense, but I wonder if it’s true.

 Bake at 300 for 6-8 minutes. Stir every 2 minutes to promote even baking. Getting toasty in the oven.

FYI: Some people trim the crust, leave the bread out for several hours or overnight. Then, they crumble by hand.

Panko crumbs can be stored in an air tight bag in the freezer.

Easy. Yummy. Amen.

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Hi I’m Dianne – welcome to my happy place. Join me as I share my adventures in baking and love of sugar, spice and life one recipe at a time. Besides baking, I love teaching. Many of the recipes include the reasons & the whys for the ingredients. My goal is to make your adventures in the kitchen fun and the learning enjoyable along the way. Thanks so much for stopping by!!
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