from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A thin cutlet of veal, usually seasoned, that is dipped in batter and fried.
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- n. A dish consisting of fried veal cutlet.
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- n. deep-fried breaded veal cutlets
The holstein schnitzel is topped with an egg. (and as my Aussie friends know, everything is better with a fried egg!)
In Israel the schnitzel is usually made with turkey (at least, the after school snack kind of schnitzel).
We feel that our cod schnitzel is a great addition to the menu and adds another dimension to the overall experience of eating from a food truck.
As for the price, $9 is kind of on the expensive side for lunch (especially lunch from a truck)- but once you factor in the quality of the meat, the portion (the schnitzel is a good size- although might not be as big as some of the earlier photos posted on the internet), and the fact that you get two quality side dishes- it is completely fair.
For Paris-based architect Nasrine Seraji, a schnitzel fan who takes pictures of every one she has ever eaten, what makes the schnitzel is the combination of tastes and textures.
This time, I opted for the mushroom schnitzel, which is a big plate and a couple of side dishes chockful of vegetables.
You should have seen his face when he got what can be best described as a schnitzel (breaded flattened piece of pork) with the smallest peice of lettuce youve ever seen!!!
Madame Gully explains that the menu is adapted a little to suit the local clientele (namely schnitzel fans), but boeuf bourguignon and daube provençal (braised beef stew) are constant French stars.
A schnitzel could be a small trade, or it could imply taking some of a trade off for a profit.
We went to a local restaurant a couple blocks away for dinner recommended by the hotel owner, Luke of course had Wienerschnitzel, new name schnitzel boy.
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