Panko in the Thermomix

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Learn to prepare the authentic Japanese panko with the Thermomix, it will only take you 10 minutes to make this delicious and simple recipe

japanese panko thermomix

I had the opportunity to try a different and delicious batter in a Japanese restaurant recently and I began to inquire about how it could be so crispy and tasty, surprised at how simple the original recipe is, I got down to work to adapt it to our darling Thermomix and I want to share this Japanese Panko recipe with the Thermomix.

It is not surprising how good it is that you do not want to use normal breadcrumbs after tasting the panko, and more knowing that it only takes 10 slices of bread and 10 seconds of preparation + a few minutes of baking to have it ready. The panko has begun to become popular so much that we can find it in some supermarkets, although of different qualities and never as good as the home we are going to do today.

What is panko?

It is a batter of Japanese origin that differs from traditional breadcrumbs because of its baking, texture and size - when frying it the result is a characteristic crunch with some air inside, it shows light. In Japanese it is written パ ン 粉 and literally means breadcrumbs, but how I told you, the process and size makes it different from what we are used to.

Can you make panko with the Thermomix?

Yes, you can grate the panko-style bread with the thermomix, follow this recipe at the bottom of the letter to achieve the ideal texture. It is necessary that you preheat the oven so that it is with the desired texture.

Heard cooking, to prepare Japanese panko in the Thermomix!

Rinde5 Servings
Cooking10 minutesTotal10 minutes

Ingredients to make Panko in the Thermomix

10 slices of breadwithout bark

Preparation of Panko in the Thermomix

1

Preheat the oven to 100 ° C

2

Breaking the slices of bread into smaller pieces, 4 pieces per slice is fine, we can do it with our hands but I prefer to use a bread knife to avoid crushing it and losing the air that we are interested in preserving to maximize its texture. We add these pieces of crusty bread without crust to the glass of the clean and dry Thermomix and program 8 seconds at speed 5. The panko should be with a texture similar to that of the photo, as if we had grated the bread.

panko thermomix

3

Spread the panko on a baking sheet or on baking paper on a tray taking care that it is well distributed so that everything dries evenly. Bake at 100 ° C up and down for 12 minutes, or 10 if the oven has a fan. Halfway through baking, we can move it a little so that it is very dry and uniform.

4

Allow to cool and finish drying for a few hours before storage, it should never be kept warm because the moisture that it gives off will hydrate and lose its texture.

Use this panko in your batter recipes, add herbs, salt, pepper or whatever you like, passing through flour and beaten egg to finish the panko layer and hot oil, hmmmm ... delicious!

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Ingredients

10 slices of breadwithout bark

Instructions

1

Preheat the oven to 100 ° C

2

Breaking the slices of bread into smaller pieces, 4 pieces per slice is fine, we can do it with our hands but I prefer to use a bread knife to avoid crushing it and losing the air that we are interested in preserving to maximize its texture. We add these pieces of crusty bread without crust to the glass of the clean and dry Thermomix and program 8 seconds at speed 5. The panko should be with a texture similar to that of the photo, as if we had grated the bread.

panko thermomix

3

Spread the panko on a baking sheet or on baking paper on a tray taking care that it is well distributed so that everything dries evenly. Bake at 100 ° C up and down for 12 minutes, or 10 if the oven has a fan. Halfway through baking, we can move it a little so that it is very dry and uniform.

4

Allow to cool and finish drying for a few hours before storage, it should never be kept warm because the moisture that it gives off will hydrate and lose its texture.

Use this panko in your batter recipes, add herbs, salt, pepper or whatever you like, passing through flour and beaten egg to finish the panko layer and hot oil, hmmmm ... delicious!

Panko in the Thermomix

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