Traditional German Schnitzel

Wienerschnitzel,Schweineschnitzel (German)

pork chops, salt and freshly ground black pepper, cup all-purpose flour combined, plain breadcrumbs, eggs

Most Americans associate Schnitzel with Wienerschnitzel. “Wienerschnitzel” is actually a geographically protected term in Germany and Austria and can only be made with veal. This traditional German Schnitzel is prepared the same way as Austrian Wiener Schnitzel. The only difference – German Schnitzel is made with pork (my preference) instead of veal (nein danke). As for where the Schnitzel originally came from…the technique of breading and frying thin cuts of meat is attributed to the Romans from around 1 BC. …

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Created Jan. 10, 2017 by: eemia21

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