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In shallow pie pan or dish, mix together flour, salt and pepper. In second shallow dish or pan, beat eggs lightly. In third shallow dish or pan, place breadcrumbs.
One at a time, dip each chicken breast half first into the flour mixture, coating thoroughly and dusting off excess. Dip chicken breast next in egg, covering completely. Finally, coat chicken with bread crumbs. Place each breaded chicken breast half on plate or on small sheet pan.
In large, non-stick skillet, place vegetable oil and butter. Warm over medium heat. Place chicken in skillet, cooking while turning, browning very well on both sides, about two minutes per side. Transfer chicken to paper-towel-lined plate or sheet pan.
Serve with lemon wedges.
Republished with permission, National Chicken Council
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melissadingle999 2 weeks agoAbsolutely the most amazing schnitzel I've ever had. Great flavor and very moist.
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admonsta 5 months ago
Blunt1969 1 year agoExcellent flavor
Cheekygirl1984 1 year agoQuite good. Second lot of chicken burnt a bit though
Tikawamoto 1 year ago
CookingWithStef 1 year agoSimple! I recommend double dipping the egg and crumb phases though...
Firebyrd 1 year agoClassic, charming, and authentic, Good choice for dinner last night, indeed.
tib2000 2 years ago
grinch 2 years agoGreat reminder of childhood memories, tastes great especially with some mash potato.
Almacdonlan 3 years agoLoved it! I pounded the chicken thin before dredging it. Next time I will use more pepper.
s2abby21 4 years agoThe picture for this recipe is just beautiful!
jbenton757 7 years agoI thought it was very tasty. I lived in Germany over 3 years, and loved Schnitzel, however this was my first time eating chicken schnitzel.
daylightsun 7 years agoExcellent.
katiekreations 7 years agoJuicy and delicious! :)
tyson 8 years agoRepublished with permission, National Chicken Council [I posted this recipe.]