Recipe by EPRUETZ
"A pan-fried, moist, and tender pork cutlet that will melt in your mouth. Serve with a wedge of lemon and the accompanied dipping sauce and you're in German Heaven!"
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4 (4 ounce)
boneless pork chops
freshly ground black pepper
panko bread crumbs
chopped fresh dill
I tried this for supper tonight and it was terrific. The kids even asked for seconds :)
Pork is my favorite... But this didn't do my chops any justice. It's basically pork cutlets with a flavorless cream sauce.
I know of Schnitzel and this is a lovely recipe but my family have always uses pork steak which comes from the shoulder blade area and it is much nicer for this dish than the chop. We always ask the butcher to butterfly the steak and then we bash it. Much less work if the butcher cuts it open for us. Just love Schnitzel.
My husband and I have lived in Germany before...we enjoyed this recipe! Pork Schnitzel is, for the most part, pork cutlets! narf! We liked the sauce too...Ill use less salt next time though. Thanks for sharing!
My family loves this. Its just like how I always made it. My grandmother's recipe called for regular seasoned bread crumbs, but I changed it to panko. I was searching for a variation of schnitzel when I saw this and was surprised its just like mine. I usually use dill seeds for the sauce because I never have fresh dill and I use more paprika cause I love it. We never use the sauce for dipping, we just pour it right on top of the pork and noodles or dumplings.
For the most part, we really enjoyed this dish. The dipping sauce wasn't exactly what we were hoping, but it did taste good. I had to add a slurry of about 1 tsp cornstarch with 1 Tbs of water to the sauce to get it to thicken and we all thought it could benefit from a squeeze of lemon juice. The pork was almost perfect as written, except I think next time (and there WILL be a next time!) I will season the pork itself with the salt and pepper instead of adding it to the flour. Additionally, the paprika all sifted down through the panko crumbs, making the last piece of pork end up with the majority of the paprika on it, so next time I'll add the paprika to the flour instead.
I tried this recipe the first time I ever made schnitzel and it was delicious. Even my son liked it and he doesn't seem to like very much these days! It is simple and very tasty!
Very easy and tasty, loved the sauce! Thanks for the great recipe!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pork Schnitzel with Dipping Sauce
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 244
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