Last week I was lucky enough to get a Black Box. This is a box full of goodies and after you receive it you fill in a survey and post on their Facebook page about the products. In this box there were Obento Panko Bread Crumbs, I love panko bread crumbs and considered doing the usual chicken strips. I then remembered there was some ethically farmed pork mince in the freezer and half a jar of satay sauce in the fridge , my dinner mind got working. I must confess the satay sauce was the Singapore Signature Range bottled sauce. With the sauce I stirred some vegetables and added the same and cooked for around the minutes.
I loved the Obento Panko Bread Crumbs, they are a decent sized crumb with a good texture.
In the photo above I have added some chilli and back pepper to the grown up mix after crumbing the girls patties.
Panko Pork Patties- Muffinmum.com
1/2 cup panko crumbs
500g ethical pork mince
1 garlic clove, crushed
2 tsp grated ginger (I freeze a root, grates easily)
1 tablespoon BBQ sauce or Sweet chilli
1 egg lightly whisked
Salt and pepper to season
For coating 1 cup panko breadcrumbs
Non-flavoured oil for cooking
Add all of the ingredients (apart from the cup of panko crumbs and oil) and mix well .
Make into small patties, roughy a tablespoon of mixture for each patty.
Place on a lightly floured covered plate in the fridge for at least 30 minutes. The mix will be slightly soggy.
When you are ready to cook place the last cup of panko crumbs in a shallow bowl and lightly press patty into the mix until covered on both sides.
Heat enough oil to just cover your frying pan, heat and add patty.
Cook gently until brown.
Serve with rice