German Cooking for the American Woman: Schnitzel

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Ingredients:

2 Large Eggs

Flour

Plain Freadcrumbs

Thin Cut Pork

Salt and Pepper

Directions:

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First wash the thin cut pork.

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Then take serran wrap and fold it over the pork.

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Take a meat tenderizer and pound the meat.

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Once the meat is tenderized take the flour and put some in a bowl, take the 2 eggs and put them in another bowl, and then put the plain bread crumbs and salt and pepper in another bowl.

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Drop the pork into the flour and put a nice even coating on both sides.

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Drop the flour covered pork and drop it in the egg.

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Now take the flour and egg covered pork and drop it into the bowl of plain bread crumbs

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This is what the pork should look like after this process.

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Keep the pork covered in the fridge until it is ready to fry.

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Now it’s time to fry the schnitzel! What you want to do is set the heat on 350 degrees and fry it for about 6-7 minutes.

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I hope learning how to make the German Schnitzel was easy for you! For german sides to go with the schnitzel click here.

Here is  a german song to go with you delicious schnitzel!
Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, “Schnitzel Boogie