PRODUCT: Pork Rind Panko Breadcrumbs, Gluten Free & No Carbs

Bacon’s Heir’s first product was Pork Clouds, a crunchy snack that took the classic chicharrón, or fried pork skin, and made it light and fluffy, lower calorie crisps. The creator thought they resembled clouds on a summer afternoon; hence Pork Clouds. Product #2 will be very welcome to those who want crunchy panko breadcrumbs without…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Panko Japanese Breadcrumbs

Panko Crusted Salmon with Ponzu. The recipe couldn’t be easier (photo © Kikkoman).   Ever since we discovered them at Japanese restaurants, our breadcrumb of choice has been panko, the crispy bread crumb used in tempura, tonkatsu and crunchy sushi rolls, among other recipes. They’re crunchier and more flavorful than conventional bread crumbs.    …
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TIP OF THE DAY: Pasta & Breadcrumbs

For crunch, toss breadcrumbs on your pasta. Photo © Monkey Business | Fotolia In southern Italy, toasted breadcrumbs, instead of grated cheese, are often sprinkled over pasta. You don’t even need a sauce for this authentic recipe—just toss the pasta in extra virgin olive oil. The custom survives in the U.S. largely as macaroni and…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Make Bread Crumbs From Baked Bread Leftovers

Don’t throw away trimmed bread crusts. Save them in the freezer in resealable bags. Then bake them in the oven or toaster oven until dry and toss them into the food processor. Combining different breads just adds to the flavor. Breadcrumbs are used for much more than breading foods. Use them in stuffing, to garish…
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