I'm back---FINALLY! Sorry about the really long silence, just a lot going on and I was having a hard time keeping up.
We are in the middle of birthday month (four birthdays in our house in a month) and one of our traditions is the birthday person gets their favorite dinner. Our youngest just turned 15 and he asked for schnitzel and mashed potatoes. This is more of a how to than a recipe as there are no exact measurements.
For the schnitzel you will need:
Thinly sliced eye of round or similar meat (you can also use pork or veal)*
Eggs whisked with a little water
Italian style bread crumbs (we use homemade from the Shortcut Cooking Cookbook)
Dredge the meat in flour to coat.
Serve with lemon wedges.
*You can have the butcher thinly slice your meat, or to do it yourself: place roast in freezer for about one hour, then slice thinly with a knife or meat slicer. Freezing the meat for a bit makes it much easier to slice.
Tomorrow I will share the recipe for our dairy free roasted garlic mashed potatoes.