By ~Nimz~ on May 21, 2004
Photo by SusieQusie
Photo by SusieQusie
"flavored panko with thyme, basil, ginger, and chile heat, which makes the crumbs a really exciting ingredient and one you’ll use often. The flavored crumbs also store beautifully. Lasts 3 weeks, refrigerated"
Serving Size: 1 (465 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"This worked perfect and had a nice balance of seasoning for my oven baked chicken!"
"These were great on our pork chop! Can't wait to try it on other things."
"Absolutely loved the spice for these panko bread crumbs. I also added some cayenne powder and it was nice and spicey and made my fish from another recipe very delicious. Made a big batch to use the next time. Thanks so much for the tips!"
"I found this recipe last night. I was so excited. I use panko crumbs a lot and now that we are in CA part time I found seasoned ones and ran out...here was a recipe waiting for me to try without having to run to the store. Thank you!"
"I have been using this for about two years now. I like to throw in a teaspoon of cayenne for extra kick!"
"This is the 3rd time I have referred to your recipe. This is a perfect breadcrumb recipe- right mix of seasoning and flavor. I love the chili for the added heat.I use this with my haddock panko recipe- perfect."
"Great spiced panko crumbs. I used then in place of the herb stuffing mix in your Recipe #134148 and it complimented the pork sausage extremely well. Will definitely keep these on hand."
"*Wonderful* blend of flavors! The ginger & ancho chili powder additions are unexpected but terrific! I made exactly as written and used some to make recipe #235395 for dinner last night. I'm already searching for ways to use the crumbs again. ;-) Thanks for sharing this keeper of a recipe!"
"The mix of panko and spices was incredible! I made Kittencal's chicken (recipe #191235) tonight with these crumbs and the chicken was very crispy and moist in the inside. Thanks NimrodCook!"
"I halved this recipe and used regular chili powder. I breaded pork cubed steaks and browned them. The flavor was awesome. We topped the pork steaks with sauteed red and green pepper strips and onion slices then covered those with a piece of muenster cheese until it melted! Fabulous, the spicy zing of the breading with the creamy cheese and veg! This will be used again and again at our house. Thanks for the treat meanie!"
"I got this exact recipe on Ming Tsai's website a couple of weeks ago. As Ming Tsai states, these breadcrumbs are superior to homemade breadcrumbs!!"