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Pork Schnitzel With Quick Pickles
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Pork schnitzel with quic.

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  • 1. 12/10/2014 PorkSchnitze| Vflth Quick Pickles Recipe — NYT Cooking 65 Cooking Pork Schnitzel With Quick Pickles (http: //cooking. nytimes. com/ recipes/1016866-pork-schnitzel-with-quick-pickles) By Melissa Clark Ingredients FOR THE PICKLES: 2 limes 3 small Kirby cucumbers or 1 large cucumber, peeled if you like and thinly sliced ‘/3 cup very thinly sliced fennel bulb (save the fronds for garnish) 1 large shallot or 1/2 small red onion, thinly sliced 1 tablespoon light brown sugar ‘/2 teaspoon kosher salt FOR THE PORK CUTLETS: ‘/2 cup flour ‘/ s teaspoon cayenne ‘/ s teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg 2 eggs, beaten 1 ‘/2 cups panko or other unseasoned bread crumbs 1 ‘A pounds boneless pork cutlets, pounded to 1/8-inch thick Coarse kosher salt and ground black Pepper Safflower, peanut or vegetable oil, for trying 1 scallion, thinly sliced, including greens Lingonberry jam, for serving (optional) Time: 30 minutes Yield: 4 servings Preparatio n 1. Prepare the pickles: Grate the zest from one of the limes and juice them both. Add zest and juice to a shallow bowl along with the remaining pickle ingredients and toss well. Let sit for at least 30 minutes and up to 3 days. Chill if letting them sit for longer than 4 hours. Meanwhile, prepare the pork: Mix flour with cayenne and nutmeg. Place flour mixture in one shallow dish, place eggs in a second dish, and place bread crumbs in a third dish. Season pork cutlets generously with salt and pepper. Heat 1/8 inch oil in a large skillet over medium—high heat. While oil heats, dip cutlets one by one into flour (shake off any excess), then into eggs (ditto) and finally into the bread crumbs, taking care not to handle pork more than necessary (hold meat by ends). When oil sizzles when a pinch of bread crumbs is thrown in, add as many cutlets as comfoitably fit in one layer, leaving plenty of room around them. Swirl and tilt pan so oil cascades over top of outlet in waves. When bottom is golden brown, 3 to 4 minutes, flip and brown the other side, swirling pan (swirling helps create air pockets, giving you lighter schnitzel). Transfer to a paper-towel-lined baking platter or baking tray and sprinkle with more salt. Repeat with remaining pork. Serve pork sprinkled with scallion and drizzled with a little of the pickle juice, accompanied by the pickles and the Iingonberryjam, if you like. And to Drink: Think Austrian. Either gri'. 'iner veltliner or good dry Austrian riesling will go beautifully with schnitzel. If you prefer red, you could try a fresh, lithe zweigelt. Beyond Austria, many dry whites with substance and body will do: chardonnay, as long as it's not oaky; Savennieres, herbal sauvignon blancs, Soave, ribolla gialla from northeast Italy, a godello from Spain. And don't forget sparkling wines, particularly Champagne, great with many fried foods. ERIC ASIMOV http: //cooking . nytirnes. com/ recipes/1016866—pork—schnitze| —with—q uick— pickles 1/1

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