Chnitzel, like wienerschnitzel, is a traditional German dish that has gained widespread popularity
Your dinner guests will have to say danke instead of thank you if you serve any of these crispy entrees with sauerkraut.
Warm potato salad, and black forest cake (schwarzwälder kirschtorte).
Holy Schnitzel, a fast food chain, claims that both foods have their roots in mediaeval Germany.
In order to obtain the lightness and crispness on the exterior and the moistness on the interior .
The Guardian argues that, similarly, a well-prepared wiener schnitzel keeps its meat juicy by trapping air inside its shell.