Schnitzel

Schnitzel

  • 32 Recipes
Wiener Schnitzel

Wiener Schnitzel

Line a large baking sheet with a doublelayer of paper towels. Whisk flour and1 teaspoon salt in a wide shallow bowl
Jager Schnitzel

Jager Schnitzel

Pound chicken out very thin. Season with salt and pepper, drench with flour. Place oil in skillet and saute the chicken on both sides to a golden brown
Jaeger Schnitzel

Jaeger Schnitzel

Wipe mushrooms clean and slice them. Set aside. Slice bacon into 1 inch pieces. Start bacon cooking in a large heavy skillet over medium-medium high heat
Wiener Schnitzel With Sauce

Wiener Schnitzel With Sauce

Slice pork into eight 1"-thick pieces. Pound each piece with a meat mallet to about 1/4" thickness. Season with salt and pepper
Chicken Schnitzel with Mustard Sauce

Chicken Schnitzel with Mustard Sauce

Serve the schnitzel with the mustard sauce and applesauce, if desired. Serve the schnitzel with the mustard sauce and applesauce, if desired
Wiener Schnitzel {Video Recipe}

Wiener Schnitzel {Video Recipe}

In my family Wiener Schnitzel, Viennese Schnitzel, is just that. Not so surprisingly, Schnitzel is always on top of the list and I don’t blame her
Pork Schnitzel with Dill Sauce

Pork Schnitzel with Dill Sauce

recipe for German Potato Dumplings that we served along side Pork Schnitzel with Dill. While I made the dumplings, Barry made the schnitzel
Wiener Schnitzel

Wiener Schnitzel

For the wiener schnitzel. Divide the wiener schnitzel among large plates, drizzle with the lemon sauce, top each with a fried egg and drizzle with the beet reduction
Chicken Schnitzel Sandwiches

Chicken Schnitzel Sandwiches

I have only, ever, and always thought about one thing when I hear(d) the word ‘schnitzel’. I kinda knew about schnitzel with noodles before I even knew just what the heck schnitzel was
Hunter Schnitzel – German Jägerschnitzel

Hunter Schnitzel – German Jägerschnitzel

Welcome to another Where Is My Spoon little series, this time featuring Schnitzel, a staple in German cooking, something you would find in every restaurant in Germany, well maybe not in an Asian or vegetarian restaurant, but otherwise pretty much everywhere
Chicken Schnitzel with Potato Parmesan Crust

Chicken Schnitzel with Potato Parmesan Crust

Tender chicken schnitzel with a crunchy potato-Parmesan crust, you will love them, I am sure. It is a different twist on a schnitzel, something I have never had before, but I am glad I discovered this recipe
Wiener Schnitzel vom Schwein

Wiener Schnitzel vom Schwein

Until recently, in Germany and Austria, one was not allowed to call a dish Wiener Schnitzel unless it was made with veal
Pork Schnitzel with Cream Sauce

Pork Schnitzel with Cream Sauce

Here's a delicious recipe to try for your next Octoberfest. Serve with Spaetzle. 4 pork tenderloins. 2 eggs
Pfeffer Schnitzel

Pfeffer Schnitzel

Everywhere you go in Germany, there is schnitzel on EVERY menu. We had an outdoor lunch in the Augustiner Keller beer garden and I saw pfeffer schnitzel on the menu
Paprikaschnitzel (Schnitzel with Bell Peppers)

Paprikaschnitzel (Schnitzel with Bell Peppers)

So much sauce and so little schnitzel - the best way. Although the breaded Wiener schnitzel is the most commonly thought of when people think of Germany, there are many other varieties out there
Pork schnitzel with tarragon cream sauce Recipe

Pork schnitzel with tarragon cream sauce Recipe

To serve, place one pork schnitzel onto each of two plates and spoon over the sauce. Heat the oil in a frying pan over a medium heat and fry the schnitzels for 2-3 minutes on each side, or until golden-brown on both sides and completely cooked through (there should be no trace of pink in the middle)
Pork Schnitzel with Jaeger Sauce

Pork Schnitzel with Jaeger Sauce

-)Scallopini is called Schnitzel in Germany.  In German-speaking countries, the term Schnitzel means escalopes (cutlets), not just bread crumbed, fried escalopes such as Wiener Schnitzel
Schnitzel and Jäger Sauce

Schnitzel and Jäger Sauce

 This plate of schnitzel and jäger sauce is one of our favorites. Traditionally made with pork, and called Wiener-Schnitzel,  she was introduced to it as chicken once and that is how we always eat ours now