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Is panering vegan?

Panering is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is panering?

Panko breadcrumbs are the star of the show when it comes to panering, a Japanese cooking technique used to achieve a light, crispy coating on foods like chicken, fish, and vegetables. Unlike traditional breadcrumbs, panko is made by rolling bread dough into flakes and then drying it out, resulting in a coarser texture that absorbs less oil and stays crispier for longer. To paner, simply coat your food in flour, then dip it in beaten egg, and finally dredge it in panko breadcrumbs before frying or baking. The result is a deliciously crispy and golden brown exterior that is sure to impress.

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