Adult and Kid Friendly, Pork Schnitzels (Cutlet, Bitki, Bitochki) Dinner! An easy and tasty idea for those busy weeknights!
Usually to make Schnitzels you need three large bowls, one for flour, one for beaten eggs, and finally, one for the breadcrumbs. Sometimes, I finish off my Schnitzels with breadcrumbs, but most of the time I just do the 2 step process: flour and egg mix.
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I love using Cubed Pork Steaks to for making Pork Schnitzels. Cubed pork steak is made by pounding a pork cutlet with a meat tenderizer or a specialized cubing tenderizer.
The result leaves cube-shaped indentations on the meat’s surface. The process allows the pork to absorb seasonings easily and makes its texture softer.
Tip: buy the darker-colored steaks, they are softer.
You can also turn a less tender cut of beef, or sometimes pork, into cube steak at home by pounding the meat with a tenderizing mallet to produce the cube-shaped indentations.
I make scrambled eggs with the leftover egg mix.
You can serve Pork Schnitzels with these delicious homefries with bacon.
Click here for the HOMEFRIES recipe
For the side vegetables, I’ve sauteed asparagus, colorful salad peppers, and tomatoes in olive oil, crushed garlic and when finished mixed in Balsamic Vinegar. Easy, Tasty, and Healthy!