Schnitzel is without a doubt one of the most coveted dishes in the Israeli kitchen. Easy to prepare, inexpensive, very tasty, kids love it and it is suitable for any occasion. Although the classic schnitzel is coated in bread crumbs - but here we can diversify and refresh. I present to you the star of your new kitchen – Bisli coated Schnitzel. Children will die for it, easy preparation (You can also prepare with the kids) and the result is delicious, schnitzel with very crispy crackling in your mouth. I give here the basic recipe that I prepare at home, feel free to replace these combinations of flavors - and it works well with Doritos as well!
- Prep Time : 30 minutes
- Cook Time : 20 minutes
- Pour 3 packets of Bisli into the blender and mix until everything is coarsely crushed. In other works, just before it turns into sand! (for those who do not have a food processor, you can put the bisli in a bowl and crush it with a meat hammer. In my opinion, this is less effective, doritos work much better with a meat hammer)
- Place the ground bisli in a bowl
- In a separate bowl, mix the egg with a tablespoon of mustard and a small bit of water until a pulp like mixture has formed
- In a 3rd bowl, place the flour with a small bit of salt and mix with a fork
- Get the workstation ready in this easy order: A plate of chicken breast > Flour> Egg> Bisli> A plate of ready-made schnitzel
- In a conveyer belt motion, place the chicken in the flour, dip in the egg mix, coat it with bisli mix (all sides) and place on a plate. Do this until all the schnitzels are coated
- Heat oil in a large saucepan, oil should get to about half an inch in height
- Fry all the schnitzel on both sides approximately 2-3 minutes on each side (until the point where it starts to get a “fried” color – meaning slightly darker than originally)
- Place the cooked schnitzel on a plate covered with kitchen paper, this will soak up any left-over oil
- You may serve this dish with rice, potato puree or any other side dish.