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The Sugar Schnitzel
03 Sep 2013
[In Afrikaans]


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The spice advert of brown sugar mixed with braai spices for steak made me think that it will work equally for game. The concept was then adapted for a schnitzel

Ingredients

Game sirloin cut into 10 thin slices - remove all membranes
2 tablespoons brown sugar
1 tablespoon barbecue spice
breadcrumbs
2 eggs
1 lemon.

Mix the brown sugar, barbecue spice and breadcrumbs in a bowl.
Break the eggs in a flat bowl and whisk with a fork.
Chop the meat with a meat hammer to thin. Sprinkle lightly with flour on both sides.
Pour olive oil in a pan and put on medium heat.
Dip the meat first in the egg and press both sides in the crumbs.
Fry for a minute on each side. Drip a few drops of lemon on each piece of meat and serve.

Remember that the secret of schnitzel is that the pan should be cleaned every time before the next few pieces are fried. The crumbs that remain burns quickly and leaves a burnt taste on the second batch.

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