Chicken Fillet Snitzels

Andrew Routledge

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Chicken snitzels are a really easy, quick way to make a first class meal. However, chicken snitzels are a little small so you'll need to serve about 3-5 pieces per person to really sastisfy the apetite. Chicken snitzels can be arranged imaginatively and make a first class main course but could also be used as a first course dish. So work out how many pieces you need and then flatten the fillets gently between a plastic sheet (I prefer using a rolling pin for this).


Chicken fillets.
3-4 eggs
1 cup of flour
bread crumbs
salt & pepper
sesame seeds.
Italian Herb mixture (optional).

We have already covered how to prepare the Fillets so I won't go into that again. Next you will need 3 bowls or plates. In one you put the eggs which you will beat, in another the flour and in the last the bread crumbs, sesame and herbs. Add a little salt and pepper to the flour and to the crumbs.

Take each fillet individually and flour. Ater flouring dip into the egg. Shake off any excess liquid and place into the bread crumbs. Cover the fillet with the crumbs and press lightly. Remove onto a clean and dry tray or plate and repeat the precedure until all the fillets are breaded.

Now take a frying pan and add about 1/2cm. of cooking oil. Heat and fry the snitzels on both sides until golden brown. Serve with fries , rice or pasta and a fresh salad. Garnish with lemon and a sprig of parsley. Add your favorite dip or salza to the side of the plate.

This is a really great recipe for the kids.

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