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Found this somewhere on the interwebs, pretty tasty!

2 lbs shrimp
1 C Seasoned Bread crumbs
.5 C Flour
4 eggs
Parmesean Cheese
.5 t onion salt
.5 t garlic salt
.5 t parsley

Veg Oil or Shortening

0. Heat oil (enough to cover shrimp when frying)
1. Combine onion, garlic salt, parsley, bread crumbs and flour together
2. Combine Eggs and cheese in another container
3. Dip cleaned and dry shrimp in egg/cheese mixture then dip in the dry mix.
4. Fry shrimp until pink
5. Serve hot with favorite cocktail or chili sauce.
 

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Seasoned Bread Crumbs are most commonly known as "Panko"
 

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Cool, found this too

Wikipedia.org said:
Panko is made from bread without crusts, thus it has a crisper, airier texture than most types of breading found in Western cuisine
I used Progresso Italian Style bread crumbs, I thought it was a little bready. Maybe a trip to the asian store and some cajun seasoning is up next...
 

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Seasoned Bread Crumbs are most commonly known as "Panko"

I thought seasoned bread crumbs were just that seasoned bread crumbs, that may have been seasoned with parm. cheese or some other seasoning.....and that Panko bread crumbs were asain style bread crumbs ...i dont have time right now to google this but i will later

Quick search PANKO
http://www.uppercrustent.com/
 

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panko aka japaneese bread crumbs are not seasoned. Delicious yes, seasoned no.



quick tips to "panko" anything:



drege specimen in flour (add any desired spices here)

egg wash (egg lightly diluted with milk or other liquid)

roll in panko

bake or fry for "tempura" effect.
 
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