Schnitzel

Most cuisines have a signature schnitzel, which simply means fried cutlet. Variations include Wiener schnitzel from Austria, Jagerschnitzel (with mushroom sauce) from Germany, chicken schnitzel (in Israel) and the two best-known American variants, chicken fried steak and the Midwestern breaded pork tenderloin.

Restaurants With This Dish

Swan Market

ROCHESTER, NY

The Rathskeller

INDIANAPOLIS, IN

Schmankerl Stube Bavarian Restaurant

HAGERSTOWN, MD

Bruno’s European Restaurant

TACOMA, WA

Bohemian Cafe - Jaeger Schnitzel
Bohemian Cafe

OMAHA, NE

Bavarian Bistro

LEAVENWORTH, WASHINGTON

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