Chicken Piccata with Black Garlic and Long Pepper


Black Garlic
Black Garlic

Parmesan + Black garlic + chicken + Panko + Long Pepper = Chicken Piccata with black garlic and Long Pepper. 

Black garlic is fermented garlic. That is to say it has changed both color , flavor and texture. The gaps are black and jelly -like . The taste is quite unique, Mellas tasting sweet balsamic character with a liquorice tone. You feel a very weak soft tint of garlic. As can be likened to umami, “the fifth taste “.

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Sounds more advanced than it is .
6 chopped garlic cloves Black
6 slices of thinly sliced ​​chicken breast
50 ml Panko
100 ml grated Permasan
1 whipped egg
salt
2 pieces of finely grated Long pepper
oil
Heat the oil on medium heat. Add the garlic cloves and let them get browned in oil for about 5-10 minutes . You will feel a slight odor of the black garlic. Meanwhile, salt and pepper to the chicken. Mixing permasan and Panko together . Then turn down the chicken in egg and then in Pankon . Raise the heat and add the chicken in the pan until golden. Flip and cook until the other side until it got a beautiful color. Serve.

Chicken Piccata with Black Garlic and Long Pepper .
Chicken Piccata with Black Garlic and Long Pepper .
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7 Comments Add yours

  1. gastronomiette says:

    I just used up my last clove of black garlic in tomato sauce 😦 Oh well, looks like now I have an excuse to buy another!

    1. Dinner Bank says:

      Yes 🙂 Im sure you will love it 🙂

  2. Looks amazing!!! Good job!

    1. Dinner Bank says:

      Thanks 🙂 Its so fun to creat new dishes 🙂

  3. Karoleen says:

    That sounds amazing! Black garlic is now on the shopping list! =) Piccata is beautifully tasty, and this sounds great! =)

    1. Dinner Bank says:

      Great! 🙂 And try to find Long pepper as well. Its an fantastic spice 🙂

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