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  • 20 minutes
  • Difficulty Medium
  • 7 Ingredients

53 Comments

these are a great alternative to chicken or beef schnitzels


Ingredients

  • 6-8 pc pork schnitzel
  • 6 slices stale bread blitzed into crumbs
  • 1 tsp each ground fennel and sage
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • 4 tbsp flour
  • 1 tbsp olive oil

Method

  1. set up crumbing stations - flour bowl, egg wash bowl (egg and milk combined), breadcrumb bowl (with herbs added).
  2. one piece at a time - coat in flour, dip in egg wash, coat in crumbs.
  3. heat oil and butter on med/high. cook schnitzel 3-5mins each side until golden, crisp and cooked through.

Notes

serve with a salad or vegetables. you can also cut the pork up before crumbing to make them crumbed pork fingers for finger food.

  • Crumb and fry any meat and I’ll enjoy it. Home made bread crumbs are da bomb

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  • This Crumbed Pork Schnitzel looks delicious. Might just have some tonight for dinner with some vegetables. Love the tip on cutting up the pork to make crumbed pork fingers instead.

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  • Love a good pork schnitzel but I like adding panko breadcrumbs too!

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  • Great idea. Brings back childhood memories with mash

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  • Pork schnitty, will have to try. Sounds delish

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  • Ooh wow never had a pork schnitzel would be nice thanks!

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  • I’ve only ever had pork schnitzel when eating out at restaurants. This recipe has given me the confidence to give it a go at home!

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  • Love a variety of schnitzels – pork is good.


    • Schnitzel and chips coming up this week.

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  • Love your pork schnitzel recipe,look’s delicious! Thanks.

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  • This looks like a simple classic we’d all love =)

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  • also i’m going to try making my own chicken one as well

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  • great this looks so delicious!
    thanks for posting

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  • You are right! Never think of making pork schnitzel.

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  • must try this combo for coating schnitzels

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  • Yum, fennel and sage are a lovely touch

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