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Ronnie Feb 22, 2004 05:07 PM

Has anyone ever come across Kosher Panko (Asian breadcrumbs)?

  1. MeirCookBook Oct 6, 2008 03:28 PM

    see this one.
    its kosher RABANUT and import to israel

    SHANA TOVA
    Meir

     
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      downtownNYCjew Sep 29, 2008 08:25 AM

      I don't remember what brand it was, but I have bought kosher Panko breadcrumbs in the kosher aisle at the Fairway surpermarket on Broadway and 74th on NYC's Upper West Side. It was a year or two ago so I can't be 100% sure that they still stock it.

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        mrotmd Oct 2, 2008 07:03 PM

        Edward & Sons Japanese Style Bread Crumps Organic Panko OU Parve. In Aroma Supermarket in Cooper City, FL. But it is a hit and miss. We just bought a box.

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        GITEL Sep 28, 2008 09:05 PM

        KEDEM PRODUCTS LICENSED OR BOUGHT THE CHEF JEFF NAME ABOUT 2 YEARS AGO
        BUT THE AVAILABILITY OF THE PRODUCT HAS BEEN SPOTTY SINCE THEN. MOSTLY THE FLAVORED PANKO IS STILL AROUND IN THE STORES PROBABLY BECAUSE IT MOVES SLOWER THEN THE PLAIN. IRON CHEF HAS A FULL LINE OF PANKO AND RUMOR HAS IT SEVERAL OTHER COMPANIES WILL BE INTRODUCING THEIR OWN LINE OF PAS YISROEL PANKO. FAIRWAY MIGHT HAVE SOME FLAVORED PANKO STILL IN STOCK

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          GilaB Sep 28, 2008 09:22 PM

          Thanks! Where in the New York area can one get Iron Chef panko?

          For what it's worth, typing ALL IN CAPS is generally considered to be the equivalent of shouting when online, and many people (including me) find it very unpleasant to read.

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            shoelace Sep 28, 2008 09:41 PM

            gourmet on spruce had it over the summer, i havent purchased it since, but will check

            can you gvie me a more specific area and ill calla round?

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              GITEL Oct 1, 2008 09:28 PM

              sorry bout that my apologies

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            cheesecake17 Sep 28, 2008 09:22 AM

            I buy the Kikkoman brand panko from Wegman's. I'm sure shoprite or stop and shop has it, but it's the cheapest in Wegman's so I just stock up there. Pomegranate also has it- I think the brand is Iron Chef. I only saw flavored types in Pomegranate

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              koshergourmetmart Sep 28, 2008 04:27 PM

              glatt express in teaneck

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              cappucino Sep 28, 2008 09:14 AM

              Jeff Nathans Panko is in my pantry. On the box, the only website link is www.abigaels.com

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                estergold Sep 28, 2008 01:19 AM

                I use imofood's kosher Panko, I even use them for my Schnitzels

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                  DeisCane Sep 28, 2008 05:38 AM

                  Kikkoman has OU panko. I've seen it in many "regular" supermarkets. Also, Iron Chef makes Kof-K panko.

                  Here's Kikkoman's:
                  http://kikkoman.elsstore.com/view/pro...

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                  Sharon Lebewohl Feb 24, 2004 02:26 PM

                  I've searched everywhere for Panko with a hechsher. It does exhist in industrial sizes. I buy it at Restaurant Depot in 25 pound bags and it has a Chaf K. I use it professionally, but even if I didn't, I probably would still buy the 25 pound bag. It is cheap and worth it. There is nothing like Panko for frying. I've turned all my friends onto it and everyone wants to buy some from me.
                  Kosher Depot said that that they are looking into getting Panko that is Pas Yisroel. Boy have times changed.

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                    uncle moishy Feb 24, 2004 07:33 PM

                    But you still haven't told us how the date turned out! (see 2/11/04)

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                      RachelMolly Feb 25, 2004 11:11 PM

                      We're all such yentas here. I, too, have been wondering about young Mr. Lebewohl's shidduch.

                      Nu - Was the date shayach or shvach (in my best yeshivish twang)?

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                    AndeB Feb 22, 2004 09:10 PM

                    At the kosher food show Jeffrey Nathan (chef at Abigails) showed of line of panko and assorted spices and rubs. I can't find my notes, but maybe if you call the restaurant they can give you information.

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                      amy t. Feb 24, 2004 02:26 PM

                      I belive they sell them at The Kosher Marketplace (UWS) -- though they aren't called "Panko" but they're in a clear bag and the "cut" is exactly the same.

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