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paul pachowicz

fish breading

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a while ago some one was speaking of an Asian fish breading called something like Pango, panjo, pan-sumfin. Would someone be kind enough to refresh my memory. I can't seem to find it under this topic. And, any chain stores that might handle it?

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Panko... every big grocery store will carry it. It is in the Asian isle.

Fantastic to add crunch... just doesn't add flavor. I use it solely to crunch up beer batter fish.

Good Luck!

Ken

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@ paul pachowics try this!

coconut walleye:(any fish)

flour:in a bowl or plate

breading:in a bowl or plate

1/3 part panko(found at cub)

1/3 part breaton or wheat cracker(finely ground)

1/3 part coconut(the fresher the better)

season to taste,mrs dash,lemon pepper,whatever!

dip:In a bowl

2/3 part any ranch dressing

1/3 part milk

dip moist fillets in flour

dip in ranch mixture

dip and coat with breading and let sit a few minutes then deep fry,pan fry,or bake!

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I did find some and will take it up to Canada with us next week and give it a try. I'll hafta wait to try the coconut with the fish we bring back. Thaks again for the info.

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Penko is AWESOME!!!

Dust them with flour,

Dip in egg wash

Roll in Penko bread crumbs ( season the bread crumbs however you like)

and fry..

It's as simple as that, and I was surprised how crispy and crunchy they were without having to over cook your fillets into mush.

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Here's another Panko one that is good- dust the fillets in a mix of Lousiana Fish Fry and corn flour, then dip them in buttermilk, then roll them in the Panko and throw them in the oil.

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just my .02 worth, but thee best fish batter is made by jason boser from grand rapids and it is available at thorne bro.

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