Wonderful!!! WOW!! I did add 1/4 tsp dried thyme and 1/4 tsp dried basil to flour mixture, and used panko (Japanese) bread crumbs. I had more flour than I needed, but just the right amount of bread crumbs and egg mixture. Even though I thought 30-40 minutes was too long to cook them, I did so anyway...and they were perfect. I did uncover and cook on higher heat the last 5 minutes to crisp the outside. After serving, squeezing a lemon on top brought out the flavors. This was as good as any Wiener Schnitzel I had in Germany. Definitely a real treat and a keeper.
Thank you so much for this recipe. My husband loved it alot and was extremely happy that I found it. I would be interested in more Austrian/German recipes so that he will be a happy boy! Thanks again.. Linda
This is very good. I waited and waited for the veal to go on sale, finally it was so I made this recipe. My family really liked it especially with the lemon, yum. I have always wanted to try Wiener Schnitzel and it did not dissappoint. Thank you for sharing this recipe with my family and me.
We love Wiener Schnitzel and this one is really delicious! I did add garlic powder in with the flour and it was a great addition!
Very good Schnitzel, and so easy to make! My family and I enjoyed it very much. I did add more lemon, as we really like it on ours. This is a repeater here. Thanks!
Very tasty ! This was very easy to make and the paprika was a good edition.. I did use more than directed though.. that said, it still wasn't predonimant so next time I will up the paprika yet again. I also pan fried mine in olive oil and these cook in a few minutes if you have hammered the meat out thin enough. Sadly I remembered the lemon slices in their bowl in the fridge just as we were finishing the last bites of our meal... next time I wil be sure to try this wilh lemon. DH said that for his tastes this was a little too bland.. he wanted some herbs or something extra in it, but veal isn't his prefered meat so what does he know ? LOL. Please see my Rating System: 4 excellent stars for a great Schnitzel recipe that I will be having pleasure in making again. Made for Zaar World Tour 2008. Thanks!
A classic, and one of my children's favorites, which is why I made it for them today. Really not much different from my regular non-recipe - except I shallow-fried in olive oil. Thanks.
I really, really loved this. I had to give it four stars, because my husband insisted it's not quite right without fresh nutmeg grated on it. Once we added that, it was a 5 star for sure. Highly recommended.
Well I finally made this recipe and it was great!!!!! I am very pleased with the choice that I made with my first PAC and This recipe will be used again,when ever veal is on sale or maybe next time I will use chicken. I did buy the thin cutlets instead of anything thick,so i didnt cook them for too long and I used lemon juice instead of the fresh lemons. All in all it was very good and everyone loved it!!!!
This was very quick and easy. The veal I bought was very, very thin, so I only cooked it uncovered instead of covered, and in butter instead of vegetable oil. I had to cook it two batches, and I probably cooked it less than ten minutes per batch. It was really a treat. I'll save my pennies until I can afford veal again (LOL) and will definitely make it as often as I can.