When inserting a row containing an AUTO_INCREMENT column, the value of the LAST_INSERT_ID() is shown.
PMA mimics the AUTO_INCREMENT functionality on tables whose primary key is CHAR(36), by inserting UUID() into the column.
INSERT INTO `test`.`foo` ( `foo_uuid` , `foo_data` ) VALUES ( UUID( ) ,'123' );
This doesn't show the value that was inserted. Since this is the primary key, we may have no other way to identify this row, and we may need it to maintain foreign keys, etc.
One way to achieve this would be for PMA to generate a UUID() internally and then insert a literal string. e.g.
SELECT UUID(); /* returns '3bd208f2-c54a-102c-bd9f-d5b50e269472' */
INSERT INTO `test`.`foo` ( `foo_uuid` , `foo_data` ) VALUES ('3bd208f2-c54a-102c-bd9f-d5b50e269472' ,'123' );