Japanese Additive Free Soy Mix WA Panko
Japanese Additive Free Soy Mix WA Panko are gluten free bread crumbs made from rice. These bread crumbs are used as an ingredient for fried food, hamburgers, and grilled foods. Wheat is usually the main ingredient in ordinary bread crumbs, but this No Additive Panko is a completely new bread crumb made using our unique technology. They are made without using wheat, gluten, food additives, or shortening. You can use them like normal wheat bread crumbs – use them to make mouth-watering fried food or incorporate them in your recipe to make unique dishes. It is widely used for fried foods such as cutlets, croquettes, and fried foods, grilled foods such as Gratin, Doria, and grilled sardines, and kneaded dishes such as hamburgers, dumplings, and meat dumplings.
Low oil absorption makes cooking a low-calorie finish.
Do you know, rice flour can be cooked with an oil absorption rate of about 40% (*) lower than that of wheat flour. It is, therefore, recommended for those who are concerned about fat intake. You can still enjoy fried foods such as fried food and tempura knowing it has a lower fat content. Eat with confidence!
* Oil absorption rate compared with normal wheat flour and rice flour.
The fried food coated with Panko has a crispy, new texture. Moreover, because it absorbs less oil, it can reduce calories. It is crispy for a long time even when it gets cold, so
it’s recommended for take-out menus at the store.
Ingredient: 100% Uruchi Rice flour
- Soybeans are available on the same production line
- Products containing wheat are available at the factory
How to make batter liquid
Rice flour 1: Potato starch 1: Water 2.5
WA Panko is gluten free and is ideal for cooking with allergies in mind. Rice flour and potato starch can be replaced with cornstarch.
- When making fried food, first apply this batter liquid to the ingredients and then sprinkle with WA Panko
- For gluten-free and allergy-free dishes.
* The ratio is a guide. Please adjust according to the material.
* If you leave it sprinkled for a long time before frying, it may peel off or become sticky due to the moisture of the material. Place them so that they do not overlap as much as possible, and cook as soon as possible.
Here is a recipe for Tonkatsu using WA Panko
- 40g panko breadcrumbs
- 1 slice pork loin (approx. 4cm thick)
- 750ml sunflower oil
- Batter Liquid
How To Prepare
- To prepare the meat, make small cuts in several places so it keeps its shape when cooking. Use a meat pounding mallet or the back of your knife to pound the meat on both sides. Finish by seasoning with some salt and pepper before coating with the batter liquid.
- Cover with a generous amount of panko breadcrumbs. Try to spread it evenly and press it firmly on the meat.
- You can now heat the oil on medium heat up to approximately 170°C. If you’re wondering which oil to use, sunflower, rapeseed or peanut oils are a good choice. You can use a wok or a saucepan, just be careful to leave a few inches in the pan as the oil level will increase when you start deep-frying. Don’t worry if you don’t have a thermometer, just drop a pinch of the panko breadcrumbs in the oil. If it sizzles and fries, your oil is ready to use. You can also check by putting your chopsticks in the oil, if you see a lot of bubbles then it is hot enough to start cooking.
- Delicately slide your breaded pork cutlet into the oil and allow it to cook for a few minutes before flipping it over. Let the other side cook for a few more minutes until the whole tonkatsu turns a very light golden colour. Place your tonkatsu on some kitchen roll to absorb the excess oil.
- Drizzle some sauce on your choice onto the tonkatsu once you have cut it into thin slices. Serve with cabbage or rice and enjoy.
Another recipe to try out – Chilli Crumb Tiger Prawns
Allergen information: Soy
Free from Egg, Milk, Wheat, Buckwheats, Peanut, Shrimp, Crab
And also Abalone. Squid. Salmon Roe. Salmon. Mackerel. Soy Beans. Sesame. Matsutake Mushrooms. Wild Yam. Oranges. Kiwi Fruit. Peaches. Apples. Walnuts. Bananas. Cashew Nut. Almond. Beef. Chicken. Pork. Gelatin.
Completely do not use wheat on the WA Panko production line to prevent wheat contamination. We have in-house rules for handling products containing wheat only in places away from the partitioned WA Panko line. We cannot guarantee a complete removal, so if you are worried about allergies. Please consult with your doctor carefully according to your symptoms before making a decision to consume the product.
Please store away from hot and humid places and places exposed to direct sunlight.
Nutrition facts label (per 100g):