Amazingly Tasty and Crispy Chicken Schnitzel
Tasty and easy to make. Kids love it and you all will want more!
Tasty and easy to make. Kids love it and you all will want more!
Skip the oil and go for the healthy alternative of baking... Depending on how thick the chicken is after you pound it bake at 400 for 15 - 20 mins. Use an elevated rack so it comes out crispy. Used Italian bread crumbs. The wife freaking loved it !!Read More
Skip the oil and go for the healthy alternative of baking... Depending on how thick the chicken is after you pound it bake at 400 for 15 - 20 mins. Use an elevated rack so it comes out crispy. Used Italian bread crumbs. The wife freaking loved it !!
I like the addition of the honey and Dijon it's like putting a honey mustard dipping sauce on the inside. I cooked up 5 chicken breasts which I flattened to all the same thickness. I wouldn't have had any more egg mixture left for a 6th one..let alone 12 . I would double that if making the full batch.
Delish! My family loved it - i suggest using low sodium soy sauce and spicy brown mustard. Will be making this again!
I cut the recipe to two servings using one package of Costco's organic boneless skinless chicken breasts cut horizontally. I started to run out of the mixture to dip the chicken in, so if you want to double dip, I'd suggest doubling that part---or at least half again as much. We really liked the flavor of the breading because I did fry it in coconut oil, and then rather than use lemon for serving we used a little drizzle of coconut white balsamic vinegar (yum) on top. We have some leftovers that will become a sandwich tomorrow night for our dinner. Thank you for a very welcome change for our dinner tonight!
I thought this was quite good. I made pork schnitzel before, but prefer chicken. I left off the salt and lemon wedges.
This was excellent. A bit messy, but excellent with the mango Chutny. One point of confusion. "12 chicken bread halves". I took that to mean 12 actual chicken bread halves, which it Alot. I think it was supposed to read 6 chicken breast halves cut horizontally, to make 12 pieces.
These were crispy, flavorful and perfect with some sweet/sour red cabbage! I used wild turkey breast, pounded out flat. Made homemade breadcrumbs from old pretzel rolls in the freezer. Perfect!
Very good. I used Italian breadcrumbs because its all I had, but did everything else by the recipe. Will definitely make it again
I'll make this again, but probably will try a spicy brown mustard instead...
Delish! Great recipe
This was so yummy. I whipped up the wet dredge and soaked the chicken in it for an hour before frying. The flavor was fantastic. I had 8 thin breasts so I only needed 2 C of bread crumbs.
This schnitzel was absolutely delicious. It is the best schnitzel that we have ever tasted. Will be making this more often.
Solid recipe! I honestly didn't taste much of the dijon or honey though... It felt like a lot of prep work for not a whole lot of payoff. I'll probably try it again with more dijon and see how it tastes!
My family loved it!
Very good...make exact recipe
I used way less oil than it calls for and then topped it with arugula, sauerkraut and a fried egg. Served with red cabbage and spaetzles
Skip Dijon if done again. 4 year old repeatedly called “delicious.”
I have made this many times throughout the years and we love it. I make just like this recipe but only about once every six months because it's not a very healthy dish. I really hate making dishes with low-fat options because they just don't taste good, so we just eat less of it and not as often!
I made this twice, following the recipe exactly. This is incredibly good! I turn the chicken over several times in the bread crumbs to get them good and coated. Excellent! I'm going to make this over and over again.
Outstanding meal! I used brown spicy mustard and 1.5 tblsp each of regular honey and hot honey for just a bit of a kick. Also double dipped in bread crumbs to which I added Italian seasoning.
Made this tonight, stuck to the recipe more or less, Turned out great....made it with mashed potatoes, corn, with some pepper corn gravy. Would definitely make it again.
Excellent, Tasty and easy to make! Fast too.
Good straight from pan, but a little oily after being kept warm in oven. Recipe was very good, but will probably follow advice of other reviewer (that I scoffed at) that said to bake.
7.14.21 We really enjoyed this. The thing that makes it so special is the flavorful egg dip. In the future, I’ll find a dipping sauce to serve with it. Simple, quick, and easy, and that works for me!
This hands down, is the best chicken dinner I have made for my kids. I also made egg noodles with a butter dijon light sauce to go with them. The flavors are amazing and my kids actually said this will replace the chicken cutlets we usually make! LOVE!!!!
This is terrible. No one in my family would eat it. I'll stick to my original recipe.
Easy and delicious.
MMMMMMMM Soooooo yummy!
Everyone loved this! I made the recipe exactly as written but I think next time I will use slightly less of the honey, it was just a little too sweet for my taste although the family thought it was perfect. Will definitely keep making this dish regularly.
My schnitzel-loving family gave it thumbs down, twice. I thought I would try it a second time since it got such raves. The flavoring in the egg mixture is nauseating, unnecessary and unschnitzelly. The cooking temperature is too hot and/or too long. It came out too dark, too crispy and dry. We had to cut it with steak knives. Finally, no way is it quick and easy. I used an electric skillet. Breading and frying in oil is a huge mess no matter how you slice it.
Came out great, very easy and so messy. One think I did was after egging and putting in Panko I put the breast into the refrigerate, mostly because I wasn’t ready to cook them. I put pieces of wax paper between layers. They cooked perfectly, breaking stayed on . I made a honey mustard dipping sauce I found on this sight, nice!
It was great! Family loves it, The flavor was really good too! I used panko breadcrumbs and seasoned them just a little but other than that followed recipe exactly. Will be making again
Quick easy and tasty!
This was a hit with the family. I used thighs instead of breast....browned in a cast iron skillet then into the oven @400 degrees for 10 minutes.
This dish was easy to make and quick to clean up. The schnitzel was well-coated and came out crisp, not mushy (is that a real word??), and flavourful. A winner in my book. My Mom didn't even waffle...no wishy-washy its was OK but a resounding "Yes, we need to make it again".
Wow this was easy and awesome!
Tasty, we'll use this recipe again!
Came out really good. Definitely a keeper.
Delicious. I loved the honey mustard flavor of these cutlets. Nice change from Italian seasonings (not that there’s anything wrong with that…).
Just add a plain flour dredge before the egg, only to help the breading stick better. Otherwise , yum!