Last night I made panko crusted salmon over brown rice with a side of broccoli and green beans in a black bean sauce. I placed the salmon in a marinade of orange juice, soy sauce, brown sugar, garlic and ginger for an hour to flavor the salmon before coating it with panko (Japanese bread crumbs). I learned a fun trick for remembering the steps of coating fish or meat in bread crumbs; all you have to remember is the word FEBruary which helps use remember first to drudge protein in Flour, then Egg followed by Breadcrumbs. This helps me because I had been making the mistake of placing my protein in an egg wash first, instead of flour. Drudging in flour first helps adhere the egg and breadcrumbs a lot better.
For my side dish, I stir-fried broccoli and green beans with canned black bean sauce and toasted sesame seeds.
Try your version at home and let me how it turns out!