Yes, I love schnitzel particularly the baby veal that you can only get at certain butchers here in Perth (though it costs over $40 k).
However since cutting out most meats about 10 years ago, I rarely make this.
Also as I cook and put recipes on Recipe Yum, I tend to make more exotic recipes, and more unusual ones.
However, I really feel like a good schnitzel so may just go to that special butcher (Mondo) and buy a few pieces of that ridiculously expensive veal and make some.
It is ok, but I wouldn't choose it on,a menu. It really does depend on how it is cooked. I have had some very nice schnitzels, but I have had some very bad ones as well. I dont really like crumbed food, and schnitzel is heavily crumbed. I haven't made it at home before, and I dont think the family have missed out because of it. If they liked it, I would have made it.
We do have our fair number of schnitzels at home, more chicken and pork than meat. The chicken I eat with fresh lime or lemon squeezed over it, the pork with a little apple sauce. Panko crumbs make the best crumb. I only eat the German restaurant schnitzels when dining out though, served with potato salad and a choice of sides.
I think that way too and when dining out and ordering schnitzel - and worrying about what is under all those crumbs, I get comfort from discovering there isn't a whole lot of anything under all those crumbs. For sure there isn't any veal inside a veal schnitzel.
I am not keen on things that are crumbed. . . . unless I have done the crumbing. Like jonaj, I think they are very large and I don't eat veal anyway. Chicken schnitzels don't appeal to me much either. I like to see meat cooked au naturel.
Due to my allergy to eggs, I never have schnitzel cooked the tradiional way. Occasionally I will crumb a thin slice of meat or chicken, without the egg batter to hold the crumbs on, and this works rather nicely. It is not my favourte way to have any food though!
Yes, I like chicken schnitzel with either lemon, pepper sauce, or mushroom sauce. Our local pub does a decently sized schnitzel at a good price. It's great value for money. I serve my schnitzel with either mash potato and veg or chips and salad. Yum! Yum! Yum!
Yes - I cook either chicken or veal schnitzels. They are a favourite in our house - made from scratch with egg, parmesan cheese, breadcrumbs and salt and pepper and sometimes Continental Parsley added too.
They are good either hot or cold.
I haven't had 1 for years & years, but when we visited The Star (casino) for lunch in April, we had a meal of them there, 300gms each! I had to give my husband some of mine, because I could't eat it all. We always share 250gms of chicken at home, as we find that amount is quite enough for the 2 of us.