Recipes Using Panko, the Famous Japanese Breadcrumb

November 23, 2017

Panko is known as an ingredient to make tonkatsu (pork katsu) or ebi fry (prawns with a crispy coating). This recipe will teach you how to make both with an added bonus recipe.   

Tonkatsu 

Tonkatsu Pork
  • 2 pork stakes 
  • 1 egg 
  • flower 
  • Tonkatsu Sauce
  • panko
    1. Mix egg and flour.
    2. Then dip the pork in the mixture. 
    3. Coat with panko
    4. Fry at around 170 deg C until golden
    5. Serve drizzled in tonkatsu sauce 

     

     

     

     

    Ebi Fry

    Ebi Fry
    • 10 shrimps 
    • 60cc of milk 
    • 50g of Plain Flour 
    • Panko 
    • 1 egg 
    1. Mix egg, milk, flower all together.
    2. Then dip the shrimps in the mixture. 
    3. Coat with panko
    4. Fry at around 170 deg C. 

     

     

     

     

    Korokke (Croquette)

    • 100g of minced beef
    • Diced onion  
    • 4 potatoes  
    • 1 egg 
    • Plain Flour
    • Panko  
    1. Stir fry diced onion and mixed beef, put some salt and pepper.  
    2. Mash the potatoes and mix with beef and onion. Once it is cooled, shape them to oval shape. 
    3. Cover them with flower first, then egg, then panko and fry!   





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