1st MustEatRice.com Cook Off
Mystery ingredient: Panko Bread Crumbs
FREE give away mystery ingredient: SHIRAKIKU HONEY PANKO JAPANESE STYLE BREAD CRUMBS 8 OZ
Winning Entries by Verano Lee & Linda Wang
See entry details below!
#MERcookoff1 Entry 1: Panko Salmon, By New York customer David Chang
An artistic presentation. Salmon dipped in eggs, then panko. Pan fried 3 min each side. Garnished with parsley and spicy soy sauce paste
#MERcookoff1 Entry 2: Panko on Turkish dish Karniyarik, By Timu Karaca
This is professional level cooking: first, for each pound of ground meat, chop up 1 onions, 1 bell pepper, 2 tomato. Cut eggplants in half, I used 1 eggplant for 1 pound of meat. Soak eggplants in salt water for 30 min. Cook meat, add chopped onion, pepper and tomato. Also added some tomato paste and paprika. Bake the eggplant until soft, it took about 30 min. Stuff the meat sauce on top of the egg plant, add Panko and parsley as garnish. Bake for another 20 min.
#MERcookoff1 Entry 3: Panko chicken salad with Asian dressing, by Candice Karaca
Chicken tender dipped in eggs, panko, pan fried 4-5min each side. With ginger sesame dressing
#MERcookoff1 Entry 4: Panko shrimp masterpiece, By Ling Cai
Dipped shrimp in eggs and panko. Pan fry 3 min each side. So easy
#MERcookoff1 Entry 5: Shiso Ume-Boshi chicken roll with Panko crust, by Rachel Chang
Place a layer of fresh Shiso leaf and umeboshi paste on top of chicken breast fillet. Form a roll with the ingredients inside, coat with egg wash then Panko. Deep fry with medium heat to golden color ( about 6-8 minutes).
#MERcookoff1 Entry 6: Baked breaded pork chop, by Chien-Hui Hung
It's baked and healthy!
Heat the pan with some butter/oil and cook the panko until golden brown. Bread the pork chop with flour (mix with seasoning/spices of your choice), egg, and the browned panko. Bake it on a rack or aluminum foil at 375 degrees for 25 minutes or until done
Serve and enjoy!
#MERcookoff1 Entry 7: Fried Pork Chop, by E-h Liu
Season pork chops with some salts. Dip in flour, eggs, then Panko bread crumbs. Fry them.
#MERcookoff1 Entry 8: Agedashi Tofu, by Kate Sun
- Preheat the oil in the deep fryer to 350 °F
- Cut soft tofu into bite size, and coat them with flour, egg, and panko
- Fry until golden brown
- Serve with soba tsuyu
#MERcookoff1 Entry 9: Fried Chicken, by Tony Le
- Season the chicken breasts on both sides with salt.
- Place the flour, egg and panko crumbs into separate dishes.
- Coat the chicken breasts in flour, shaking off any excess.
- Dip them into the egg, and then press into the panko crumbs until well-coated on both sides.
- Heat 1/4-inch of oil in a large skillet to 350°F.
- Place chicken in the hot oil, and cook 3-4 minutes per side, or until golden-brown
#MERcookoff1 Entry 10: Italian Gianduja French Toast Crusted with Toasted Panko Bread Crumbs, by Verano Lee
Gianduja = That heavenly hazelnut chocolate sauce everyone knows as Nutella
Here, artisanal gianduja is generously spread on top of custardy thick cut french toast, then topped with French fleur de sel & Panko bread crumbs before sending it into the oven for a quick "toast" till crust turns golden brown.
Each bite is a satisfying CRUNCH + luscious nutty chocolatey gianduja + custardy moist french toast.
#MERcookoff1 Entry 11: S'mores and cherry ice cream topped with panko, cranberries, and matcha tea pocky, by Linda Wang
Scoop icecream, sprinkle on Panko, cranberries and lastly decorate with Matcha tea pocky.
#MERcookoff1 Entry 12: The panko twist to elevate the ordinary broccoli at the holiday dinner! by Doris Ting
Thinly slice the broccoli about 1/8 inches to get the wide "surface". Toss the broccoli slices with olive oil and salt and into the preheated oven at 400F for about 10-15 mins until the broccoli is cooked and slightly brown at the edge.
Meanwhile, heat a nonstick pan with some olive oil over medium high heat. Cook the panko with minced garlic, pepper flakes and salt in the pan until the panko is lightly brown, crispy and fragrant. Set aside on a shallow plate.
Prepare 1 or 2 tablespoon of Dijon mustard in another small shallow plate. Dip the cooked broccoli in the Dijon mustard on one side and then dip in the spicy panko on the same surface. Work one at a time until each broccoli is coated with Dijon mustard and spicy panko.