Puten Schnitzel

Published March 4, 2013 by Ninik Becker

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Puten Schnitzel or turkey schnitzel is just the same. Easy way to cook turkey breast when you are in the mood for fried dish, may you try this one. But anyway I like those potato croquettes too ! It was crusty, buttery and milky morsel.

I like fried foods and I know it is not very healthy way cooking method, but I like it and many people enjoy it too. Probably I posted bit more about fried foods but for schnitzel, I use lean protein such lean chicken breast, turkey breast and lean veal or fish fillet. Actually I didn’t want to post this recipe because this was sooooo easy, but one of my reader from Poland, Renata, she asked me my way of making puten schnitzel, so this is it Renata !

I posted some really simple Schnitzel recipes earlier and this time a bit different seasoning. I am very sure you can do it very well with this very simple thing from me. And thank you so much for your lovely email !

Ingredients : for two

  • 2 palm-sized puten/turkey fillets
  • 1 egg, beaten
  • 1 cup bread crumbs
  • 1/2 cup flour
  • cooking oil for frying
  • salt and pepper
  • 1/2 tsp dried parsley
  • 1/2 tsp dried oregano (optional)
  • 1/2 tsp chicken stock powder

Method :

  • Rinse fillets and pat with paper towels. Pound into slightly thin.
  • Mix together bread crumbs with salt and pepper, oregano, parsley and stock powder. Put in a plate.
  • One plate for flour, one plate for beaten egg. ( So you have three plates with different in it : flour, egg, bread crumbs ).
  • Season turkey fillets with salt and pepper.
  • And now the fillets have to go traveling : in the flour, in the egg, in the bread crumbs.
  • Heat the oil ( I use about 1/3 cup of sunflower oil drizzle over non-stick pan). High heat temperature.
  • When the oil hot, put the schnitzel on, after 3 minutes, reduce the heat into medium high and cook until golden brown. Both sides.
  • Drain on paper towels and serve with baked potato strips or potato croquettes, like me.
  • Add steam greens or salad to go with.
  • My husband like to drizzle some sauce. It could be schnitzel sauce or zigeuner sauce. Or just enjoy the way it is.

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3 comments on “Puten Schnitzel

  • Schnitzel ( Hebrew : שניצל‎, shnitsel, also Hebrew : כתיתה‎, ktita) is a very popular food in Israeli cuisine . The meat is typically chicken or turkey breast, in conformance with dietary kashrut laws, which do not allow pork to be used. Additionally, clarified butter , the preferred cooking fat for Austrian Wiener Schnitzel, is impermissible for kosher use, as it is a dairy product forbidden from use with meat. Before frying, the schnitzel is coated with a mixture of beaten eggs and bread crumbs, sometimes spiced with paprika or sesame seeds. The Israeli schnitzel is usually served with mashed potatoes , french fries , rice, or pasta, accompanied by ketchup , hummus , or vegetable salad .

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  • There are many veal schnitzel recipes – classic schnitzels have more calories than meat itself – they are made with eggs, flour and bread crumbles and fried in oil – plenty of oil. We want to avoid that, but also we want to enjoy this meal.

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