Top Rated Schnitzel Recipes

Wiener Schnitzel
Eduard Frauneder and Wolfgang Ban, chefs and co-owners of Seäsonal Restaurant & Weinbar and Edi & The Wolf, two well-reviewed Austrian restaurants in New York City, share with us this recipe for Wiener Schnitzel. Click here to see the Oktoberfest: Beer, Brats, and 'Brezels story.
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Pork is a favorite of many, and it's only right to include it in your Oktoberfest festivities. This delicious recipe is perfect for a fall gathering.
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This simple but easy-to-create veal Wiener schnitzel recipe is necessary for a fall dinner. Unlike many more complicated Wiener schnitzel recipes, this delicious Oktoberfest staple is easy for even beginner chefs.
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This chicken Wiener schnitzel recipe is above and beyond — we added a little cayenne pepper to the panko mix for a spicy kick.
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Turkey schnitzel is perfect for entertaining. It’s also a little bit leaner than other meats, such as pork loin.
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Everyone loves Oktoberfest, even vegetarians. This portobello and eggplant schnitzel is perfect to serve at your Oktoberfest for your vegetable-loving guests.
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Panko-Crusted Pork Schnitzel
This tasty version of pork schnitzel is a great weeknight main course — fast, easy, and fun to make after one of those long days at the office when you need to let out a little aggression. Click here to see Cozy Winter Meals. 
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Fingerling Potatoes
Oh ja! This is comfort food with a side of potato salad is the way it's done in Austria. It's easy, it's quick, and it's delicious. Give this potato dish a try. Click here to see the Oktoberfest: Beer, Brats, and 'Brezels story.
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Wiener Schnitzel is Veal, Swine Schnitzel is Pork Tenderloin and Jager Schnitzel refers to the gravy on the schnitzel. Most Germans eat Swine Schnitzel. Ask your butcher for Pork Tenderloin for schnitzel, and most times they know to cut it thin.
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Mimi Bobeck
Try Schnitzel from Food.com. - 53006
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momstar
Yum! Given to me by a German neighbor, very simple and delicious.
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Dianne
Cube steaks are battered and breaded, then fried and served with a squeeze of lemon juice. This is a family favorite of ours, my mom got the recipe from a German lady when we lived in Germany.
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