German schnitzel recipe to cook schnitzel with pork chops, breadcrumbs, and more simple and tasty ingredients.
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1) cut pork loin into chops or slice other pork cuts you are using
2) flatten meat slices until you get a thickness of about half a finger
3) rub pork chops with salt and ground black pepper on both sides
4) cover pork chops with foil and place them into the fridge for about 1 hour (optional)
5) break eggs into a bowl and beat them with a fork
6) take pork chops out from the fridge, remove foil, and pass each meat slice through flour, beaten egg, and breadcrumbs (exactly in this order!)
7) pour oil into a frying pan, place the pan on the stovetop over medium temperature, and wait until the oil is hot
8) put the pork schnitzels into the oil and wait until the bottom side is golden (2-4 minutes, depending on the pork chop thickness)
9) flip pork chops schnitzels and wait another 1-2 minutes to fry evenly on both sides
10) take schnitzels out from the pan, drain oil well, and place them on absorbent paper to remove all excess oil
11) serve pork schnitzel while still warm
Schnitzel is today one of the most appreciated pork recipes in many European countries. This happens, probably, because the combination of tender meat and crispy crust makes this food simply irresistible!
There are two types of schnitzel. One is without breadcrumbs and is known as French schnitzel or Parisian schnitzel.
The other one is cooked with breadcrumbs and is named German schnitzel or Wienerschnitzel.
German pork schnitzel recipe with breadcrumbs is one of my favorite foods, so I cook it as many times as I have the opportunity.
You can cook schnitzel with boneless or bone-in pork loin. I prefer to use bone-in pork loin because the bone keeps the meat juicy and tender during frying.
However, if you like more, use boneless pork loin or other boneless pork cuts such as pork tenderloin, pork neck, or fresh pork ham without skin and fat.
There are several cooking tips that you should follow to get the best results when you make a pork schnitzel recipe with breadcrumbs:
German pork schnitzel recipe with breadcrumbs can be served plain or along with different side dishes. From these, I mostly recommend creamy mashed potatoes, French fries, home fries, risotto, or plain rice pilaf.
A fresh vegetable salad or pickles is also highly recommended next to this pork schnitzel recipe with breadcrumbs.
Enjoy pork schnitzel recipe with breadcrumbs!
Read more about schnitzel origins here.