How to Bread Foods


What would dishes like eggplant Parmesan or chicken fingers be like without their crispy and delicious coat of breading? You’ll never have to find out... See more when you learn how to bread like a pro at home. This video shows you the classic three-step, no-mess breading technique of coating food first with flour, then with beaten egg, and finally with a layer of crumbs. Discover the “wet-hand, dry-hand” method of keeping your fingers from getting all gummy. Best of all, you’ll get a recipe for breaded and pan-fried pork tenderloin medallions that takes you through the whole process from start to sensational finish. Ready to try your hand at breading?

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The Chatter


May 6, 2012 8:14 AM

The wet hand/dry hand technique looks great on a video on the first one and so does mine, but I find that even with the technique I ended up having to rinse the hands a few times.

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