Crispy Panko Prawns are a popular Japanese dish consisting of succulent prawns coated in a light, crunchy panko breadcrumb crust. The dish is typically served as an appetizer or as part of a main course.
To prepare crispy panko prawns, the prawns are first cleaned, deveined, and coated in a seasoned flour mixture. They are then dipped in a mixture of beaten eggs and milk before being coated in a layer of panko breadcrumbs. The prawns are then deep-fried until they are golden brown and crispy.
The panko breadcrumbs used in this dish are made from specially prepared bread that is processed into large flakes. This gives the breadcrumbs a light and airy texture that crisps up nicely when fried. The result is a deliciously crispy coating that complements the tender and juicy prawns perfectly.
Crispy panko prawns can be served with a variety of dipping sauces, such as sweet chili sauce or tartar sauce. They are often garnished with fresh herbs or a squeeze of lemon to add a burst of flavor to the dish.