Panko Whole Wheat Breadcrumb Recipe

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Panko Whole Wheat Breadcrumb Recipe

#1 Postby Ryofire » Thu Jul 15, 2010 3:01 pm

For those of you who have heard of/or use "Ian's Whole Wheat Panko Breadcrumbs" I'm pretty sure you've seen this recipe for Breaded Fried Tofu.

1 (14 oz) container tofu

1 cup of soy milk

1/2 cp eggbeaters or 1 egg

Salt and Pepper

1/2 tsp. garlic powder

1/4 tsp. basil

1 cup Ian's Panko Whole Wheat Breadcrumbs

1 medium onion

Canola or peanut oil

1. Dice onion and saute in 1 tbsp of oil until lightly browned and soft.

2. Slice tofu into 7 slices.

3. Add seasonings to soy milk. Soak tofu in seasoned soy milk 10 minutes.

4 Remove tofu, dip into eggbeaters or beaten egg, then into breadcrumbs.

5. Cover pan with 1/8 inch oil. Fry each side until lightly browned. Top with onions.

Serves 2

My question is, can this be done using an eggreplacer?
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Re: Panko Whole Wheat Breadcrumb Recipe

#2 Postby Ducati » Thu Jul 15, 2010 3:22 pm

Do you have a wheat free recipe? :D
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Re: Panko Whole Wheat Breadcrumb Recipe

#3 Postby julia » Fri Jul 16, 2010 2:39 am

When I fry something in bread-crumbs I usually dip the vegetables, tofu etc in a batter made of water and flour first (consistence of pancake-batter), and then roll in breadcrumbs.

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Re: Panko Whole Wheat Breadcrumb Recipe

#4 Postby chrisjs » Fri Jul 16, 2010 7:06 am

^ What julia said. You may want to try patting the tofu dry before dipping it into the flour+water mixture so it sticks better. Egg replacer will not work in this case, it only binds during baking... it's not sticky enough otherwise.

Ducati wrote:Do you have a wheat free recipe? :D

Yeah, open the package of tofu, insert fork. :P You could probably get a pretty good fried tofu going by coating it in chickpea flour-based batter. Chickpea flour tastes kinda nasty until it's cooked so don't be too discouraged if the batter tastes funny.

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