Thursday, July 21, 2011

Panko, Basil and Asiago Crusted Pork



Heres another simple dish from Rebecca's kitchen, you know me well enough to know thats what I am all about :-) especially lately.

I have been hooked using panko after making the Asian Inspired Crab cakes so wanted to try coating something else. I coated pork with panko, fresh basil and Asiago cheese very tasty and ate it with ratatouille and  Greek roasted potatoes 





Ingredients:


  • 4 small thin slices of pork
  • one egg beaten
  • 1/2 a bunch freshly chopped basil
  • about 2 tablespoon of asiago cheese
  • about 1 cup panko breadcrumbs
  • salt and pepper to taste
Method:

  1. dip the pork in the beaten egg 
  2. then coat with salt and pepper, panko, basil and asiago
  3. lightly pan fry in olive oil for 5 minutes on each side transfer to the oven at 350 for another 10 minutes 
  4. serve with potatoes and ratatouille links are above or a seasonal salad 
I am taking it easy, and staying indoors in the afternoons with the heat and preparing for the arrival of our little boy due August 24th so now in the last few weeks :-), excited and nervous about the delivery as all Mums are. I had an emergency c section and induction last time and am trying for a natural birth this time.  We have hired a doula for support and God willing, fingers crossed it will go well. Please pray for us :-)

Have a fun weekend, Happy Friday 

Hugs 




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27 comments:

  1. How delicious!
    I wish you a wonderful weekend!
    Angie

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  2. Looks delicious and I love simple too :-). I think I read somewhere recently about gluten-free Panko so I'll have to look for that. Prayers are with you for an easy delivery!

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  3. Simple is good. And this dish looks very delicious and sophisticated, which is definitely great.

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  4. Que delicia de pescado, fantastico.

    Saludos

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  5. I love basil. I will love this. Hope you have a great Friday and weekend.

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  6. Don't you just love Panko? I was able to find the whole wheat version the other day at our supermarket.
    Sam

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  7. Damn you, now I'm craving Asiago, love asiago.

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  8. EA- gluten free panko please share info.

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  9. I'm amazed you're the least bit interested in cooking right now, Rebecca! I remember how I felt at the end of my pregnancies! Good for you. This looks great.

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  10. Oh Rebecca, this look delish!

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  11. Simple is the best :)
    Have a wonderful weekend.

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  12. I'm hooked on Panko too! I love that it's a great crust for frying, but also bakes really beautifully too :) Way crunchier than baking something breaded with regular breadcrumbs.

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  13. I love Panko crumbs! This sounds wonderful, Rebecca. Stay cool and I can't believe you only have one more month to go!

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  14. Looks delicious. I'll have to try this with the unused pork from my ffwD dish!

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  15. This looks very delicious! Have a great weekend!

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  16. i love simple dinners... it's simple yet it looks simply delicious.
    have a good weekend rebecca~

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  17. The seasoning on that pork sounds delicious!

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  18. I finally was able to find the readl panko yesterday; I will be making this recipe and your chicken salad is looking realy good. Hope you are well.
    Rita

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  19. this is perfect! my basil plant is growing like crazy! :)

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  20. Angie :-) same to you
    EA oh thats cool thanks for the good wishes
    Indie.tea thanks
    Jose thanks
    Mary oh enjoy and have a good weekend too
    Sam oh I need to find some
    Lauren he he
    Barbara have to as don't want spicy Indian what hubby cooks right now :-)
    krysta thanks
    mimi :-)
    Anncoo so true
    Victoria wonder why it took me so long to start using it he
    susan thanks I know me too
    yummychunklet enjoy
    thanks Maris
    skip to malou oh you have a way with words
    Joanne aw thanks
    Rita thanks so much and you grow great herbs
    Lauren :-)

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  21. Love panko and this would be perfect for fish as well...great flavors :)

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  22. Fantastic combo of panko, basil and my favorite cheese, Asiago. Just brought back fresh Iowa pork chops so now I know what I can prepare! Rebecca, how do we connect on 'Klout'? I think I already follow you on twitter but just in case, her's my twitter name for you to connect and I'll be notified: miabellavita. I'm trying to network with everyone thru Klout now too. Thanks!

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  23. magic of spice thanks
    Roz oh will look you up there not sure how to network on klout I just give folks + :-)

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