Fun Food Friday: Panko Steaks

I have recently become acquainted with the wonderful ingredient of panko. Panko is Japanese bread crumbs. This is a recipe that The Queen Mother found (somewhere) that has become one of my go-to staples for a quick dinner.

INGREDIENTS

  • Cube steaks
  • Panko (I use Kikkoman brand)
  • Dijon mustard
  • Vegetable oil

I serve two cube steaks per person since the steaks are very thin. Coat each side of the cube steak liberally with Dijon mustard. Make sure you get the mustard all the way to the edge of the steak.

Mustard on the steaks

Roll in the panko bread crumbs until fully coated on both sides.

Rolled in panko

In a skillet, heat the vegetable oil. I don’t measure, just pour in enough to cover the bottom of the skillet. When it’s hot, reduce heat to medium-high and put in the steaks. (I cook two at a time!)

Frying

Fry 2 minutes per side on medium-high heat. And trust me on the two minutes!

Finished cooking

Yeah, so I tend to cook everything on HIGH so they're a little darker than if you cook it on medium-high... Still tasty!

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