Ingredients

How to make it

  • Place veal on a cutting board.
  • Heat oil in skillet until hot.
  • Cover with plastic wrap.
  • Pound with mallet until very thin.
  • Repeat this step for all pieces.
  • Dredge veal piece in flour.
  • Dip piece into egg mixture.
  • Coat with fine breadcrumbs.
  • Repeat this step for all pieces.
  • Saute veal pieces on both sides until golden.
  • Drain pieces on paper toweling laid on a brown grocery bag.
  • Serve hot.
  • Garnish with lemon wedges, if desired.

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    " It was excellent "
    maywest ate it and said...
    schnitzel is a favorite of mine and to think it was so easy. wouldnt happen to have a old german recipe for ox tail soup the kind that takes hours. would you. thanks it was yummy
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    " It was excellent "
    lunasea ate it and said...
    Love the Schnitzel...it's so delicious! High 5 hon - and thanks so much. That Frodo is such a hoot....heh. :)
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  • lacrenshaw 10 years ago
    frodo, scamp and I will do our very, very best to help you with your hot dawg/baby veal problem. Hope you like this if you try it! You might want to try sauteing this in butter as Arthur suggested.
    Lorraine
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  • lacrenshaw 10 years ago
    Julia, Thanks for the 5 and I agree that there are some pretty funny people in group recipes. It's so nice to know that you're going to be totally entertained every day! I truly think that your spaetzle would complement this veal perfectly! Good day to you, Julia.
    Lorraine
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  • lacrenshaw 10 years ago
    tink, I believe we shar the same problem... EVERYTHING looks good to us! Enjoy, my friend.
    Lorraine
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  • lacrenshaw 10 years ago
    scamp ahhhhh binky, thanks for the 5. It is a good, quick and easy dish. Julia posted a recipe for spaetzle which would be a perfect side. The only task we have ahead of us is explaining to Frodo, gently of course, the difference between a hot dawg and baby beef. Enjoy it and thanks for posting it to groups for me!
    Lorraine
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  • lacrenshaw 10 years ago
    Arthur, leave it to you to improve on the methodology! Butter! Now why did I think of that? Next time, I promise. Thanks for the 10! Enjoy.
    Lorraine
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  • lacrenshaw 10 years ago
    morning,
    It is such a simple preparation, isn't it. Of course, my arthritic hands don't handle a mallet very well but Ed is ALWAYS prepared to help! Thanks for the 5.
    Lorraine
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    " It was excellent "
    morninlite ate it and said...
    It wasn't me, but I'll take it! Sounds like what my grandma made. Never got the recipe from her.
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    " It was excellent "
    cookingforfun ate it and said...
    I always add a ton of butter. Me 2 you 10, or a 5 I mean
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  • binky67 10 years ago
    You calling me a little Scamp?!! I'm rolling on the floor right now bout your comment and Frodo's has me just about crying now I'm laughing so hard. Thank you Lorrain :-) I'm adding this to all my German groups for you.
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    " It was excellent "
    minitindel ate it and said...
    mmmmmm love this one too yummo

    five

    tink
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    " It was excellent "
    juels ate it and said...
    Love Schnitzel! Just noticed Frodo's comment, that's funny! Anyway, great dish and high 5!
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  • frodo 10 years ago
    i thought the weinner schnetsel was a hotdawg
    well....i guess that shows my country background
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