Chicken Schnitzel

Chicken Schnitzel is a regular in our house, I especially like to make it for Shabbat since it reheats nicely and can be used the next day for sandwiches, salads etc. 


4 Skinless boneless chicken breasts
Salt/black pepper
1 Cup of flour
3 eggs beaten
Dijon mustard
Panko Crumbs
4 TB butter
Vegetable oil
3 garlic cloves -minced

  1. Set the flour, eggs and panko in three separate bowls. Cut chicken breasts in half and pound them thin and even. (I like to put the chicken between waxed paper to keep from making a big mess while pounding
  2.  Transfer pounded chicken to a bowl and season with salt and pepper and minced garlic. Dredge the chicken in the flour, shaking off any excess, then dip in the eggs and coat evenly with the panko.
  3. In a large skillet heat the butter and oil. Add the chicken and cook over medium-high heat, turning once, until golden and crispy. Transfer the chicken to a paper towel-lined plate/sheet to drain.
  4. Once oil has drained, move to serving dish and sprinkle with parsley. 

Dining Room Updates (New Table)

After getting new counter tops in our kitchen, I started thinking of getting a new table. 
I brought it up to my hubby and he kinda brushed it off, since I had no valid reason to sell it. "I am tired of it" and " I need a change" are not really valid points in our household. But we decided if I can sell it on craigslist, then I can get a new table. Well I listed the table, got a few low ball offers so I kinda gave up. Then one day I listed some side tables for sale and hit the renew button for the table, a few hours later, I sold the table for the asking price! I guess it was just the right time. 

My hubby was so amazing and helpful. He helped the buyer take the table and chairs apart and went to IKEA to pick up the table I wanted with my little wad of cash I have been collecting and from the table we sold. 

And this is the result, TA DA!!


I really love how bright it is! What do you think?