Showa-Style Homemade Fried Meat Skewers. Hellooo Viewers, Today we Make BBQ Chicken Skewers At Home. It's very Easy And Quick Recipe. Its MAke WIth Bone Less Chicken, Bell Pepper, Onion, Tomatoes.
Ingredients of Showa-Style Homemade Fried Meat Skewers
- It’s of Pork fillet.
- Prepare of Onion.
- Prepare of Potato.
- You need of Salt & black pepper.
- It’s of Flour.
- Prepare of Beaten egg (mixed with 1 tablespoon milk).
- It’s of Panko.
- It’s of Oil for deep frying.
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Showa-Style Homemade Fried Meat Skewers instructions
- Peel off the thin layer of skin that covers the pork and remove any fat before cutting into 2 cm cubes. Each skewer will need 3 pieces of meat so make sure you end up with a number of pieces that add up to a multiple of 3..
- Peel the onion and chop to the same size as the diced meat..
- Peel the potatoes, cut into 2 cm cubes and rinse. Add the potatoes to a saucepan with some water and begin to heat. 1-2 minutes after the water has boiled, transfer the potatoes to a colander and strain..
- Add the ingredients one at a time to a skewer. The order should be meat – onion – meat – potato – meat..
- Once you've got everything on skewers season everything with salt and black pepper..
- Cover the ingredients on the skewers with a coating of flour, then beaten egg, then finally panko. Wrap everything in aluminium foil and leave to rest in the fridge for 30 minutes..
- Heat oil in a pan and deep-fry the skewers until the meat is cooked through and the panko coating has turned golden..
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