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Old 10-08-2014, 08:14 PM   #11
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mattdee, yes, as with most convenience foods there is going to be a boatload of sodium. I did a real quick search and found several homemade recipes for Shake and Bake that have good reviews.

I was also surprised to see that search led me to meth sites so be forewarned.
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Old 10-08-2014, 08:25 PM   #12
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Mattdee, here's the list of ingredients for Shake and Bake....

Shake 'n Bake Original Pork flavor contains the following ingredients: enriched wheat flour (wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate Vitamin B1, riboflavin (vitamin B2), folic acid), salt, partially hydrogenated soybean and cottonseed oil, sugar, contains less than 2% of paprika, dextrose, dried onions, spice, caramel color, yeast, annatto (color), and natural flavor. Barbecue flavor Shake 'n Bake includes sugar, maltodextrin, salt, modified food starch, spice, partially hydrogenated soybean and cottonseed oil, brown sugar, mustard seed flour, dried onions, dried tomatoes, dried garlic, beet powder (color), citric acid, natural flavor, caramel color, vinegar, and sodium silicoaluminate as an anticaking agent.

There's nothing alarming there that I can see. I wish you would tell us what ingredients are listed on your box of Panko..
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Old 10-08-2014, 08:31 PM   #13
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My daughter loves Shake n Bake. I think I will do some up soon. She saves the skin and crispy bits for the end of her meal. I always try and take it on her. Family tradition even though she is 17 now.....
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Old 10-08-2014, 09:21 PM   #14
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mattdee, yes, as with most convenience foods there is going to be a boatload of sodium. I did a real quick search and found several homemade recipes for Shake and Bake that have good reviews.

I was also surprised to see that search led me to meth sites so be forewarned.
I was shocked by that search also Cheryl....we must lead a protected life when we think of "Shake and Bake" for cooking. Geeeeeze....
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I know....crazy, huh?

btw...I just looked at the ingredients in my canister of Panko - it's in the same tube type thing that bread crumbs come in. Flour, sugar, salt, yeast.
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Old 10-09-2014, 01:11 PM   #16
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When we were kids, my mom would sometimes use the "Shake & Bake" BBQ flavor.
I remember it being quite good.
For sure better then pouring a bottle of BBQ sauce over raw chicken and cooking it for one hour. (its a recipe on the bottle of Kraft BBQ sauce) or it was once.
Hold on! That sounds good too!

I have four skin on thighs I'm trying to decide how to cook for dinner BTW.
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Old 10-09-2014, 01:33 PM   #17
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When we were kids, my mom would sometimes use the "Shake & Bake" BBQ flavor.
I remember it being quite good.
For sure better then pouring a bottle of BBQ sauce over raw chicken and cooking it for one hour. (its a recipe on the bottle of Kraft BBQ sauce) or it was once.
Hold on! That sounds good too!

I have four skin on thighs I'm trying to decide how to cook for dinner BTW.
Use them commas, otherwise someone (like me ) might suggest you need a Mohel.
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Use them commas, otherwise someone (like me ) might suggest you need a Mohel.
My edit time is up Craig. LOL!

And I haven't heard the word Mohel since Seinfeld was on TV.
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Old 10-09-2014, 02:35 PM   #19
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Mattdee, here's the list of ingredients for Shake and Bake....

Shake 'n Bake Original Pork flavor contains the following ingredients: enriched wheat flour (wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate Vitamin B1, riboflavin (vitamin B2), folic acid), salt, partially hydrogenated soybean and cottonseed oil, sugar, contains less than 2% of paprika, dextrose, dried onions, spice, caramel color, yeast, annatto (color), and natural flavor. Barbecue flavor Shake 'n Bake includes sugar, maltodextrin, salt, modified food starch, spice, partially hydrogenated soybean and cottonseed oil, brown sugar, mustard seed flour, dried onions, dried tomatoes, dried garlic, beet powder (color), citric acid, natural flavor, caramel color, vinegar, and sodium silicoaluminate as an anticaking agent.

There's nothing alarming there that I can see. I wish you would tell us what ingredients are listed on your box of Panko..
Thanks. This is why I asked; I'd probably pass on this the moment I saw trans fats listed. Not because I'm afraid I'd drop dead tomorrow, but because it's just a decision I made years ago and have stuck to it since.

As for the mutant panko I spoke of earlier, it had more ingredients than I could be bothered to count, including: fructose, corn syrup, trans, and a bunch of mumbo jumbo that I don't care to eat when I can just use something else.

If I think of it tonight, I'll snap a photo of the label.
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I make my own coating using a mixture of flour, cornmeal, herbs and spices. If you like real crunchy coating, double bread it.....
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