My husband lived in Germany for 2 years while serving a mission for our church. He talks about Germany all the time. He dreams about Germany every night. Sometimes I get tired of it, but there is one thing that we agree on. Germany has some pretty cool food.
The very best chocolate and gummy bears, Swiss cheese that is made in Switzerland, and schnitzel.
This is more like a technique than an exact recipe. Schnitzel is basically meat that has been pounded so that it is about 1/4″ thick, breaded, and fried. It is best served with something a little acidic, to cut the fattiness of the dish. I suggest serving it with lemon wedges (squeeze the juice onto the schnitzel,) or sauerkraut.
Since this is fried and is very rich it wouldn’t be something that you make all the time, but every once in a while won’t hurt.
- Pork (Use pork chops, pork loin, or pork tender loin. Boneless is easier to work with. If your pork has a bone, just cut it out.)
- GF Breadcrumbs
- Milk or water