Upper Crust Enterprises Panko breadcrumbs are an excellent way to enhance the flavor and texture of foods such as crab cakes, casseroles, au gratin dishes, meatloaf, meatballs, pizza crust and burger patties. Japanese bread crumbs can work with other ingredients by boosting flavor and helping to bind foods without making them clumpy
A great breading or batter can work wonders on food. Use spiced Panko bread crumbs to give mozzarella sticks their crispy shells. Top off a warm fruit crisp with a crusted Panko breadcrumb coating seasoned with cinnamon & sugar. Add a crispy layer of Japanese bread crumbs to complement juicy salmon fillets. Spicing up your Japanese Panko bread crumbs will allow your guest to experience a menu which can only be enjoyed at your restaurant.
There are countless possibilities when it comes to dreaming up Panko bread crumb recipes, and with so many options available, you might just make it the main food staple in your kitchen.
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Signature Extender or Enhancer
Upper Crust Enterprises Panko breadcrumbs can act as an extender or enhancer for foods such as crab cakes, casseroles, au gratin dishes, meatloaf, meatballs, pizza crust and burger patties. As an extender or enhancer, Japanese bread crumbs can work with other ingredients by boosting flavor and helping to bind foods without making them clumpy.
Spiced Bread Crumbs Savor the Flavor
Whether you like a lot of spice or just a dash, Upper Crust Panko breadcrumbs mix perfectly with spices to create a unique breading for your restaurant. Your Panko recipes will sing when you start with a high quality Panko bread crumb. Whether your recipe calls for South of the Border spiced Panko breadcrumbs zesty Italian with extra zing or a sweet, crispy topping to cover your cobbler, Upper Crust Authentic Japanese Panko breadcrumbs are the perfect start to your innovation.
Learn more about what makes our Panko Breadcrumbs so much better.
The legacy of Upper Crust Enterprises, Inc. and Gary Kawaguchi began with Fishking Processors, Inc, better known as Mrs. Friday’s. Mrs. Friday’s began in 1955 in Los Angeles by Masashi Kawaguchi, Gary’s father. Mrs. Friday’s quickly became renowned for its innovative quality breaded seafood.