This is a very tasty easy recipe to make a German style Schnitzel. Schnitzel can be made with a variety of meat, but most often it is made with pork. This recipe is gluten free. Wheat flour can be substituted if needed.
- 6 pieces Boneless Pork Chops
- 4-5 eggs
- 2 Tbsp McCormick Smokehouse Maple
- 1 cup Flour (Can sub Gluten Free Flour)
- 4 cups oil
- 1 Lemon or Lemon Juice (For Garnish on top)
- 3 cups Bread Crumbs (4C Crumbs are recommended)
We use 4C Crumbs Gluten Free Plain Bread Crumbs for Gluten Free Schnitzel.
Flatten the pork chops with a meat mallet to the thickness of 1/6-1/4 inches thick.
Whip the eggs together and add them into a container that is wide enough for the meat. Pour bread crumbs and the Smokehouse Maple into a second container. Add flour onto a plate or in a third container.
Go ahead start heating up your oil in a pan.
First coat the pork chops in flour, then drip it into the egg, and thirdly into the bread crumbs. Once all are coated, cook one at a time in your pan. It takes us about 2-3 minutes on each side to fully cook the pork. Double check your pork is above 160 degrees.
Try Sausage Veggie Tin Foil Dinner. Another easy to make recipe that tastes great!
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