Fried Chicken and Wiener Schnitzel Cooking


        • 4 veal cutlets, sliced thinly (1/2 – 3/4 inch thick)
        • 3 eggs
        • Salt and pepper to taste
        • 1/2- 1 cup flour (enough to cover the bottom of a dinner plate)
        • 1/2-1 cup bread crumbs (Paniermehl)
        • 1-2 tablespoons butter for frying
        • Using 3 separate plates or shallow dishes, set out ingredients for coating. Cover bottom of one dish with flour, one with eggs and the last with bread crumbs. Add salt and pepper to the eggs and beat with a fork to combine.
        • Trim fat from cutlets and beat them with a small frying pan or large, smooth-surfaced mallet to ensure they are evenly thin (about 1/2 inch) across the cutlet.
        • Add butter to frying pan and melt. Coat each cutlet on both sides with flour, egg mixture and finally bread crumbs. Place schnitzel in pan and fry at medium-high heat for several minutes. Be sure that you always keep butter in the pan for frying but do not let the pan get so hot that the butter burns.
        • When the butter creeps up the edges of the schnitzel, it’s ready to flip. Cook until golden brown on both sides and serve immediately. Garnish with a slice of lemon, if desired.
      • Wiener Schnitzel


        Servings: 4





        • If you want to make fried chicken, you can get good results using a fryer, broiler, capon, young chicken, and roaster or game hen.
        • Soaking the chicken overnight in brine or buttermilk makes the meat more tender and juicy.
        • Slice whole chicken breasts in half for more even cooking. They also cook faster like this.
        • Adding celery sticks to the frying oil enhances the color and flavor of the fried chicken.
        • Dry any wet utensils before they touch the hot cooking oil to avoid the hot fat spattering.
        • Use tongs instead of a fork to turn the chicken. A fork might pierce the skin and the chicken will lose juices.
        • If you like your chicken fried, try peanut oil. It gives the chicken a great flavor.
        • Drain fried chicken on a brown paper bag or metal rack. Draining it on paper towels might make it lose crispiness. In addition, covering it will make it lose all crispiness.
      • Cooking Fried Chicken Tips and Tricks

        Cooking fried chicken is easy and if you have never done it before, there is nothing to worry about. If you want to try out a Kentucky Fried Chicken copycat recipe, deep fried chicken recipe or southern fried chicken recipe, read on for some handy fried chicken tips and ideas.



    • An Extra Crispy Tender and Juicy Buttermilk Chicken

      This extra crispy buttermilk fried chicken recipe contains all kind of tasty ingredients to result in tender, moist fried chicken with a crunch, tasty coating. Onion powder and garlic powder give an aromatic flavor. A combination of buttermilk, Worcestershire sauce, steak sauce and barbecue sauce give a wonderfully sweet and tasty flavor to this extra crispy buttermilk fried chicken recipe. This chicken fries up nice and crispy and you are guaranteed to have plenty of mouthwatering flavor in every bite.

    • Extra Crispy Buttermilk Fried Chicken Recipe

      Ingredients –


      1 chicken, chopped into serving sized pieces

      1 tablespoon seasoned salt

      2 eggs

      3 cups all purpose flour

      1 tablespoon steak sauce

      2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce

      4 cups buttermilk

      1 cup BBQ sauce

      1 tablespoon onion powder

      1 tablespoon garlic powder

      2 cups vegetable oil

      1 tablespoon black pepper

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