I came into possession of a really big bag of panko. I rarely fry or make breaded foods. Can you think of other dishes that call for panko or innovative ways to use it?
-combine with melted butter and pat into quiche shell;bake;fill w/ quiche filling
--combine with minced clams ro shrimp etc.,egg, mayo, scallion, jalapenos, cilantro for baked clam fritters or stuffed clams
--soak in milk, combine with toasted almonds and pine nuts, parsley, lemon, evoo, garlic for moroccan taratour sauce
--combine with parm and melted butter as broiled topping for cassoulet or other stews
--combine w/ evoo and pan-toast to use for crunch in salads
I, too, often have an abundance of crumbs...
drbabs Cripspettes https://food52.com/recipes/3112-cheese-crispettes
Foxesloveslemons' Spicy Korean meatballs (just made then AGAIN on Sunday!) https://food52.com/recipes/21537-spicy-korean-style-gochujang-meatballs
Use panko to line baking pans for cakes and souffle pans for souffles;
Make dumplings for soup (use panko instead of matzo meal to make Japanese matzo balls);
Mix with some sliced or crushed nuts, a few chopped herbs & a bit of oil or butter to coat fish fillets before baking them;
Mix with cornmeal to make a version of cornbread.
If none appeal, and the bag is intact, take to your local food bank collection point.