Doc Willoughby, Executive Editor of Gourmet Magazine, demonstrates how to make oven-fried panko chicken.
Panko is a Japanese breadcrumb. The difference between panko and other breadcrumbs is that they are larger, fluffier and healthier.
Put the panko into a pie plate, add some cayenne pepper, salt and pepper and mix it up. Take a cube of softened butter, add salt and pepper and mix it together. Rub a thin coating of the butter on both sides of the chicken pieces, and then dip the chicken in the panko to completely coat it. Place the chicken on a baking sheet and bake until nice and brown, about 30-40 minutes. The chicken will be tender and moist, with a crispy outer coat like fried chicken.
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