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#1 CeliacAndCfsCrusader

 
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Posted 09 February 2011 - 10:23 PM

Hi- I was at my local Vitamin Cottage (CO chain) and I noticed something I haven't seen before. It was a box of Kinnickinnick Panko Bread Crumbs.

Totally gluten-free. Totally delicious.

If you're craving something with a "real crust" on it, like chicken cutlets for chicken parm, you're gonna love it.

The CRUNCH WAS THERE!

Smallish box, but reasonably priced. Much better than others I've tried.

Made in a decicated facility and I had no reaction. Thanks Canada!
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Posted 10 February 2011 - 11:08 AM

Thank you! I'll be looking for these! It seems like every recipe I see in magazines and elsewhere call for Panko. Regular gluten-free bread crumbs leave a lot to be desired unless you make them yourself and even then don't come close to Panko.
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Posted 10 February 2011 - 11:38 AM

Hi- I was at my local Vitamin Cottage (CO chain) and I noticed something I haven't seen before. It was a box of Kinnickinnick Panko Bread Crumbs.

Totally gluten-free. Totally delicious.

If you're craving something with a "real crust" on it, like chicken cutlets for chicken parm, you're gonna love it.

The CRUNCH WAS THERE!

Smallish box, but reasonably priced. Much better than others I've tried.

Made in a decicated facility and I had no reaction. Thanks Canada!



I discovered these recently myself and they are, indeed, awesome! Taste like regular breadcrumbs!
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#4 celiac-mommy

 
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Posted 11 February 2011 - 07:03 AM

I just grind up rice or corn Chex in the blender. Cheaper and easier to find ;)
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Posted 11 February 2011 - 08:36 AM

I just grind up rice or corn Chex in the blender. Cheaper and easier to find ;)



I usually make my own breadcrumbs too but I always like to have some handy if I don't have the time to make them. These panko crumbs are the best I have ever had, commercial wise, and for some recipes, work far better than ground up cereal. I sometimes use ground up corn and rice chips but wouldn't use those if making chicken parm. You would never know you were eating gluten-free breadcrumbs if you tried these.....amazing!
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