Sunday, December 30, 2007

Schnitzel














Oh hello there. I made schnitzel!!11!!!shiftone111!!! Schnitzel is Jewish for fried boneless skinless breaded chicken breasts. To prepare this dish, cut the chicken into thin slices, as long as possible. Then, pound the chicken with a chicken hammer with a piece of plastic wrap on top of the chicken so that the chicken doesn't go flying everywhere. Then, put the chicken into a bowl with two eggs, some soy sauce and some honey. I mix everything around such that the chicken is well coated. The chicken goes into the refrigerator to rest for around 15 minutes. During that time I fill a frying pan with at most 1/4 inch of canola oil and place that on the stove to warm up. Then I just dip the chicken in some bread crumbs and fry that puppy up (yeah I'm lame).

You have to be careful not to burn the chicken. I made this chicken twice last week and the first batch was perfect but the last batches were always burnt. This time I managed not to burn any of the pieces.. for the most part.

My little sister who doesn't eat anything had seven whole pieces of this chicken! And she made sure to tell me every time she took one.

2 comments:

MJ said...

I am the little sister and this schnitzel was out of this world... Yum...

Matt said...

WOULD HAVE BEEN BETTER WITH CHICK'N IMO