Thursday, November 3, 2011

Panko coated fried chicken

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Panko coated fried chicken

8 to 10 pieces of chicken
1/4 tsp turmeric
1/2 tbsp chillie powder
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 cup water

Boil the chicken with turmeric, salt and chillie powder for about 10 minutes till the water evaporates. Reduce or increase the water depending on the amount of chicken and size of the pieces. Leave it to cool.

batter to dip
1 egg
1/4 cup flour
1/4 to 1/2 cup water

Make a batter with a thick pourable consistency.
Dip the cooled chicken in the batter. And coat with the panko breadcrumb mixture.

breadcrumb coat
1 to 2 cups panko breadcrumbs to coat
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper

Mix all the ingredients. Coat the chicken and keep it ready to fry.

oil to fry

Fry the chicken in a pan with oil 2" high. Fry till all sides are golden brown in high to medium high heat temperature, reduce the temperature if it is getting brown fast. Serve hot with sauce.
There is no need to fry for a long time because the chicken was cooked before it was fried.
This goes to Midweek fiesta.



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47 comments:

  1. perfectly done !! looks very tempting !!

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  2. thanks for the award of participation......
    Fried chicken looks yummy

    Midweek Fiesta
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  3. Perfectly made I must say..You can't ask for more in a chicken fry..Loved this way.Bookmarking.Yummo yum !

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  4. Mmm looks good and crunchy just how I like it!
    Take care..

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  5. I love the fried chicken, so crispy and irresistible, I think six pieces enough for me, hahaha...

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  6. Looks yummy... would like to try it later

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  7. Super crispy fried chicken,seriously mouthwatering here..

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  8. Lovely and crispy coated chicken.

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  9. mmm... tempting and mouth watering dish.

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  10. Love that crispy coating, I can finsh off the whole plate.

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  11. After discovering Panko, I never use anything else when coating for frying. The method of boiling is new to me-but your result is inspiring. Thanks for sharing this.

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  12. Looks cripsy and delicious. My Quay Lo love to use Panko for coating meat.

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  13. Crunchy n yummy ...delicious it looks

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  14. luks so crispy and yum, perfectly done...

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  15. Droolworthy chicken,crispy and yummy..

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  16. Absolutely delicious, feel like grabbing it. Thank you for the participation certificate :)

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  17. Super crispy and delicious ones,yummy!!!

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  18. You always spice things so beautifully - your coating has the perfect little bite to set it apart.

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  19. fried chicken looks crispy n yummy..

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  20. I LOVE that you used panko...I prefer it to breadcrumbs actually. Looks like a must try!

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  21. Perfectly looking chicken fry. I love to try this too.

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  22. crispy and super delicious chicken..yum..

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  23. Beautiful fried chicken method, looks mouthwatering. Just made chicken parmigiana yesterday, now you make me long for fried chicken. Thank You.

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  24. looks very tempting and mouthwatering !! Beautiful clicks !!

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  25. Chicken looks fabulous.. mouth watering.. thanks for the award..

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  26. This looks so tasty. My sis sent me some panko. I had never tried it so she wanted to convert me. Job well done. Lol.

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  27. oooh, maravilloso pollo, me encanta!
    Besos y feliz fin de semana,
    Nieves.
    http://igloocooking.blogspot.com

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  28. that chicken looks and sounds absolutely amazing...I can only imagine the amazing crunch with a juicy inside. Want some!

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  29. I love to use panko because it makes everything I make crunchy :). Your fried chicken looks simply delish!

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  30. Lovely fried and crispy chicken. Looks like KFC at home. Would love to munch on some of those :)

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  31. Mmmm...golosissimi!!!:-)
    Buona domenica*

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  32. Great recipe of fried chicken,looks perfectly cook and crunchy,,,YuM,,
    Ridwan

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  33. Such a beautiful coating on these...they look perfect!

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  34. My kids and I love fried chicken except my husband, this will be nice to serve when my husband is out for business trip, hehehe. Thanks for sharing.

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  35. Looks great!!Thank you for linking with Midweek Fiesta.Hope your participation in next weeks too
    Food Corner

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  36. The most delicious fried chicken I have seen in a long time... its sad to look at it and not be able to take a bite:)
    A wonderful twist spiced up and crispy!! Thnx

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  38. Wonderful crispy fried chicken, it's amazing.

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