How to make it:
Pound the meat well, slash at a number of places at the edges and salt lightly. Turn the schnitzels one after another in the flour, in the egg mixture and finally in the bread crumbs, pressing the crumbs into the meat well and then shaking off any excess. Heat a generous amount of butter or oil (about 2 to 3 cm/1 inch) in a suitable pan and fry the schnitzels on both sides until golden brown while swinging the pan slightly. Remove the meat from the pan and drain well.
Traditionally, the Wiener Schnitzel is served with potatoes, a green salad or potato salad. The essential extra is a lemon wedge, which one squeezes over the golden brown, crisp coating.