- All purpose flour - A handful
- Salt - A spoonful
- Black Pepper - Half a spoonful
- Garlic Powder - Half of Half a spoonful
- Egg - One egg
- Panko Bread Crumbs
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Step 1: Flour
Add a handful of all purpose flour into a bowl.
Step 2: Add Salt, Garlic Powder, & Black Pepper
Add a spoonful of salt, half a spoonful of black pepper, and half of half a spoonful of salt.
- a spoonful of salt
- half a spoonful of black pepper
- half of half a spoonful of salt
Adjust to taste. The amount is up to you :)
Step 3: Add Mushrooms
Add mushrooms into the bowl of the flour mixture.
Step 4: Coat the Mushroom
Coat the mushrooms by putting a bigger size bowl on top of the smaller bowl and shaking it until the mushrooms are coated well.
Or you may use a spoon to toss the flour onto the mushrooms.
Step 5: Egg, Salt, & Black Pepper
In a bowl, whisk together an egg, half a spoon of salt, and half a spoon of black pepper.
- an egg
- half a spoon of salt
- half a spoon of black pepper
Salt and black pepper may be adjusted or omitted for your taste.
Step 6: Coat in Panko Bread
Coat the mushrooms into a bowl of panko bread crumbs.
- Coat the same way as coating with the flour.
- Any type of bread crumbs may be used.
Step 7: Fry the Mushrooms
Fry the mushrooms on med-low heat to ensure that the panko bread crumbs do not burn.
Fry until golden brown. About 15 to 20 mins.
Caution: You may be extremely tempted to try one, but after it is done let it sit so that it is not too hot to eat.