A night out in Middlesbrough wouldn't be complete without a take-out parmo! Middlesbrough is famous for the local take-away delicacy served up until the early hours of the morning.
A parmo is a variation on a Chicken Parmesan, invented in Middlesbrough! You can enjoy it in restaurants, as a take-away snack or at home with the recipe below!
Whereas Chicken Parmesan is a flattened slab of chicken, pan-fried while coated with breadcrumbs and then grilled with Parmesan cheese, a Parmo involves deep-frying the chicken in an egg and breadcrumb batter, then smothering it in Bechamel sauce, before finally grilling with cheese.
- Pork or chicken fillet - 1 egg - 1/2 cup breadcrumbs - Béchamel sauce - Parmesan cheese
1. Take the piece of flattened pork or chicken fillet, beat the eggs. 2. Dip fillet into the egg and then the breadcrumbs to coat, then deep fry on both sides. 3. Add béchamel sauce and parmesan cheese and place under the grill.
Note: The recommendations above are from locals obtained on facebook. Love Middlesbrough cannot take responsibility for your experience if you choose to eat a parmo in any of the locations. With the recipes above you can also try making your own!
May is shaping up to be mighty fine! We're kicking off with Restaurant Week (1-7 May) - all the food! Then for the entire month it's Local History Month and there are loads of fab events celebrating the glorious history of Middlesbrough - we can't wait for it all!
Middlesbrough Restaurant Week 2017 event
Dementia friendly screening of Easter Parade is today at Cineworld Middlesbrough. Doors open at 10.30am and the film starts at 11am.
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