I present to you the second attempt at Edible Experience Kosher Everyday – The Movie! I had some early showings (sort of like Canne – but not so much). The early reviews have been very positive with people commenting that they did learn new ideas from the movie. I had one not so rave review – “Good energy and presence…but everyone knows how to make Shnitzel!” I will take the last one in stride and focus on the great reviews! Please feel free to leave your comments and reviews below – I’m made of pretty strong stuff J! If you like it...share it with your friends and family - the more the merrier!!
|Remember the Spice Packet Shnitzel?!|
Here’s a link to the original Spice Packet Shabbat blog and a copy of the "Spice Packet Snitchel" recipe. Enjoy!!
SPICE PACKET SNITCHEL:
3-4 pounds boneless skinless chicken breast cutlets
2 cups unflavored bread crumbs
1 envelope Spice Packet Mix
Nonstick vegetable spray
1 large “Ziplock” gallon bag
1 very sharp knife
1 large skillet
Mix bread crumbs and Spice Packet mix in a large gallon size “Ziplock” bag. Rinse cutlets under cool water. Slice the cutlets in half lengthwise with a sharp knife. Place five or six cutlets in the bag. Seal and shake until all the cutlets are completely coated with bread crumbs. Spray a large skillet with nonstick vegetable spray, turn heat to medium/high. Place the cutlets in a single layer in the skillet and cook until the edges of the cutlets start to turn white, around 5 minutes. Spray the cutlets with vegetable spray then flip. Cook another 4-5 minutes until golden brown. If the cutlets seem to be browning too quickly, turn the heat down to medium. Cook cutlets in batches then serve warm.
You can also bake the cutlets in a 350° F oven. Spray a cookie sheet with nonstick vegetable spray. Spread cutlets in a single layer on the pan. Bake for 20 minutes until golden brown.
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