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List by: atasneem, created: 22 Apr 2021, updated: 22 Apr 2021 Public: Users can add dishes

A schnitzel is a thin slice of meat fried in fat. The meat is usually thinned by pounding with a meat tenderizer. Most commonly, the meats are breaded before frying. The breaded schnitzel is popular in many countries and is made using veal, pork, chicken, mutton, beef, or turkey. Here is the list of the variation of schnitzel from around the world.

1. Wiener Schnitzel

(Austrian)

It is made with the finest ingredients and served fresh, this simple dish of pounded veal cutlets breaded and lightly fried is Austria’s food ambassador, despite the dish’s Italian origins. Austrians typically eat Wiener schnitzel garnished with parsley and lemon slices, alongside potato salad.

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2. Egyptian Chicken Panne

Chicken Schnitzel, Breaded Chicken Breast (Egyptian)

Egyptian Chicken Panne is an Egyptian dish made with chicken, breadcrumbs, oil, lemon juice, onion. It is also popular with french fries, in sandwiches, or eaten alone as an appetizer.

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3. Cordon Bleu

Schnitzel Cordon Bleu (Swiss)

A cordon bleu or schnitzel cordon bleu is a dish of meat wrapped around cheese (or with cheese filling), then breaded and pan-fried or deep-fried. Veal or pork cordon bleu is made of veal or pork pounded thin and wrapped around a slice of ham and a slice of cheese, breaded, and then pan-fried or baked. For chicken cordon bleu chicken breast is used instead of veal. Ham cordon bleu is ham stuffed with mushrooms and cheese.

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4. Tonkatsu

豚カツ, とんかつ, トンカツ, Crispy Deep Fried Breaded Pork (Japanese)

Tonkatsu, is a Japanese food which consists of a breaded, deep-fried pork cutlet. There are two main types, hire and rosu. It is often served with shredded cabbage. Tonkatsu originated in Japan in the 19th century. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/To… Tonkatsu is one of the most beloved “western style” Japanese foods in Japan. It is pork chop breaded with flour, egg, and Panko (bread crumbs), then deep fried. It’s not the healthiest food but rather comfort food. There are a lot of nice …

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5. Shnitsel

Шницел (Bulgarian)

Shnitsel which is also called шницел is a Bulgarian dish similar to Schnitzel. It is made from ground veal, formed as a thin patty, seasoned with salt and black pepper, then breaded and fried. The dish usually is served with a choice of mashed or roasted potatoes, french fries, or simply a tomato salad.

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6. Kyeongyangsik

(Korean)

Kyeongyangsik is the common bread cutlet that is eaten around Korea. There are other varieties of bread cutlet. It is similar to Schnitzel. It is prepared with bread crumbs, meat, spices, oil.

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7. Bečka Šnicla

Bečki Odrezak (Bosnian And Herzegovina)

Bečka Šnicla or Bečki Odrezak is a Breaded cutlet eaten in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is made of veal or beef and usually served with mashed potatoes. It is garnished with a slice of lemon and lettuce.

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8. Milanesa

(Argentine) (Uruguayan)

The milanesa is a South American variation of cotoletta, or schnitzel, where generic types of meat breaded cutlet preparations are known as a milanesa. A milanesa consists of a thin slice of beef, chicken, fish, veal, or sometimes pork. Each slice is dipped into beaten eggs, seasoned with salt, and other condiments according to the cook's taste (like parsley and garlic). Each slice is then dipped in bread crumbs (or occasionally flour) and shallow-fried in oil, one at a time. …

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9. Australian Schnitzel

Schnitty, Schnitte, Parma, Parm (Australian)

Beef and chicken schnitzel are both very popular dishes in Australia, Schnitzel in Australia is often served in the form of parmigiana, which is a schnitzel topped with Italian tomato sauce, cheese, and occasionally ham. At pubs, schnitzel is typically accompanied by chips (French fries), salad, and sometimes bacon. Plain and parmigiana schnitzels are sometimes respectively known by colloquial names "Schnitty", "Schnitter", "Parma", or "Parmi".

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10. Shenitsel

شنیتسل, Schnitzel (Iranian)

Schnitzel is popular in Iran, where it is known as shenitsel (Persian: شنیتسل‎). Shenitsel is usually thicker, bigger, spicier, and fried with a more crispy breading than the standard schnitzel. It is customarily served with lemon, French fries, and a variety of boiled vegetables.

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