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Pork Schnitzel with Onions

Pork Schnitzel with Onions created by Stacy B.

This is an old family recipe that's simple but so delicious.

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  • Pound pork chops very thin.
  • Salt and pepper each chop.
  • Dip in beaten egg.
  • Dredge in bread crumbs.
  • Put in frying pan with onion slices and saute in margarine, about 2 Tbsp at a time, to a golden brown on each side.
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  1. Stacy B.
    Pork Schnitzel with Onions Created by Stacy B.
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  2. Tunnia
    I would give this recipe more than five stars if I could. It was simply delicious and so easy to make. I used garlic salt in place of regular salt and lightly coated the chops in flour before dredging in the egg as some of the other reviewers had done so that the breading would stick better. Also, I used Italian bread crumbs because that's what I already had on hand. The only thing I will do differently next time is double the recipe because my family is already begging for more.
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  3. Tunnia
    I would give this recipe more than five stars if I could. It was simply delicious and so easy to make. I used garlic salt in place of regular salt and lightly coated the chops in flour before dredging in the egg as some of the other reviewers had done so that the breading would stick better. Also, I used Italian bread crumbs because that's what I already had on hand. The only thing I will do differently next time is double the recipe because my family is already begging for more.
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  4. IFortuna
    I would suggest using coconut oil to fry these. Coconut oil can take the higher temps without burning or smoking. I use less and can cook my meat longer making sure it gets cooked through. Veg oils alter to cholesterol when heated at high temps. Even olive oil. Here is the 411: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2003/10/15/cooking-oil.aspx <br/>This is a great erecipe and hubby loves pork. He spent time in the military in Germany and really loves German food. Thanks for this recipe.
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  5. ARathkamp
    Family loved it. We'll make again. Thanks!
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