Panko Chicken in the Oven for a Diabetic

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Panko chicken in the oven is a great dish to prepare for diabetics if prepared properly. Make panko chicken in the oven for a Diabetic with help from one of the most talented and dedicated chefs in Manhattan in this free video clip.

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Good afternoon, my name is Jason Tilmann, executive chef here at Triomphe Restaurant in the Iroquois Hotel, 49 West 44th Street between 5th and 6th Avenue in New York City. We're making Panko-crusted chicken bakes in the over for a diabetic. OK. Which is really simple. What I have right now is a chicken breast. You don't need chicken breasts, you can use chicken thigh if you want, bone in or bone out, whatever you really prefer. A little salt a little pepper Panko breading is a Japanese bread crumb that's a little bit thicker and absorbs a lot of moisture. OK. So what I have right now is this chicken breast that's been dredged in flour, egg and bread crumbs. We're going to season it with a little salt, all right, and a little pepper on both sides. All right. And we're going to put it in a pan. OK. So now we're going to put it in a little pan. We're using a little bit of oil. If you don't want to use oil, you can use butter. You can use any kind of a low fat. You can use soy bean oil, you can use canola oil, extra virgin olive oil. And you want to go ahead and put that down. You can see how it's a hot pan so you know it's not going to stick. OK. And what I tell people is when they're using a hot pan in their kitchen at home make sure you have a tremendous amount of ventilation. Because what happens is it becomes a little bit smokey. See how it came right up. We're going to go ahead and cook it on this side for about a minute and a half, then we're going to flip it and put it in the oven and cook it for about three minutes. That's a 350 degree oven for about four minutes. It's going to be nice and golden brown and then I'll see you in one second. So, look at that, beautiful, nice color. We're going to go ahead and put it inside the oven cook it for three and a half, four minutes at 350 degrees and put it out. OK. So we just came out of the oven, we're going to go ahead. Now you can put this over steamed rice, or you can put this with mashed potatoes or you can put this on a salad for your diabetic, however you'd like. But what we're going to do is we're just going to finish it with a little bit of fresh lemon and some extra virgin olive oil and a little bit of micro-greens. If you don't have micro-greens, you can use parsley, you can use chives, and that my friends is Panko-crusted chicken breasts fit for a diabetic. I'm Jason Tilmann. We'll see you next time.


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