Welcome, variety! It’s probably the dish you’ll make most often this Pesach. Change it up and please the crowds with 6 new versions.

By Personal Chef Ruth Bendkowski

 

Schnitzel is always a staple for Pesach. It’s one of those things that are just always a hit and fly off the table. How many different ways can you think of making schnitzel? Here are some of my favorite versions I have developed over the years. These recipes are my clients’ favorites that are requested time after time. I would love to hear about any other great ideas you have come up with as I’m always looking to add to my collection. The maple pecan and coconut versions are a must, make sure you add them to your menus!

6 New Ways to Make Schnitzel This Pesach. Welcome, variety! It’s probably the dish you’ll make most often this Pesach. Change it up and please the crowds with 6 new versions. By Personal Chef Ruth Bendkowski

Each recipe will coat approximately ¾ pound chicken cutlets.

Basic Egg Mixture (use this in many of the recipes below)

4 tablespoons honey

2 eggs

Salt and pepper (and garlic powder, optionally)


Coconut Shnitzel

6 New Ways to Make Schnitzel This Pesach. Welcome, variety! Pesach Schnitzel. It’s probably the dish you’ll make most often this Pesach. Change it up and please the crowds with 6 new versions. By Personal Chef Ruth Bendkowski

You’ll need:

Basic Egg Mixture (recipe above)

2 cups flaked coconut

Dredge cutlets in egg mixture, then coat in coconut flakes. Bake at 425ºF for 15 minutes or fry.


 

Potato Chip Shnitzel

6 New Ways to Make Schnitzel This Pesach. Welcome, variety! It’s probably the dish you’ll make most often this Pesach. Change it up and please the crowds with 6 new versions. By Personal Chef Ruth Bendkowski

You’ll Need:

1 bag favorite potato chips, crushed

1 egg

3/4 tablespoon mayonnaise

1 tablespoon duck sauce

 

Combine egg, mayonnaise, and duck sauce. Dredge chicken in mixture. Coat in chips and bake or fry.


Tempura Schnitzel

6 New Ways to Make Schnitzel This Pesach. Welcome, variety! It’s probably the dish you’ll make most often this Pesach. Change it up and please the crowds with 6 new versions. By Personal Chef Ruth Bendkowski

You’ll Need:

1 cup potato starch

1 egg

1/4 cup water

1 tsp baking powder

Salt and pepper, to taste

Paprika, for coloring

 

Combine all ingredients to make a batter. Add extra water if needed. Dredge chicken in mixture and fry immediately.


Almond Schnitzel

6 New Ways to Make Schnitzel This Pesach. Welcome, variety! It’s probably the dish you’ll make most often this Pesach. Change it up and please the crowds with 6 new versions. By Personal Chef Ruth Bendkowski

You’ll Need:

Basic Egg Mixture (recipe above)

1 cup potato starch

1 cup ground almonds

 

Dredge chicken in Egg Mixture. Combine potato starch and almonds. Coat chicken in mixture and bake or fry.


 

Simple Egg Wash Schnitzel

6 New Ways to Make Schnitzel This Pesach. Welcome, variety! It’s probably the dish you’ll make most often this Pesach. Change it up and please the crowds with 6 new versions. By Personal Chef Ruth Bendkowski

You’ll Need:

Basic Egg Mixture (recipe above)

 

Use Basic Egg Mixture to coat chicken and bake or fry


 

Maple Pecan Schnitzel

6 New Ways to Make Schnitzel This Pesach. Welcome, variety! It’s probably the dish you’ll make most often this Pesach. Change it up and please the crowds with 6 new versions. By Personal Chef Ruth Bendkowski

You’ll Need:

8 tablespoons maple syrup

4 eggs

Pinch salt

2 bags ground or chopped pecans

 

Mix together first three ingredients and coat chicken in mixture. Dredge in nut mixture.

Fry or bake at 425ºF for 15 minutes.

 

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4 COMMENTS

  1. The tempura shnitzel was amazing!!! Thanks so much… BUT it cannot be made with one egg. I feel badly for anyone who tried making it with one and didn’t get the right result. It only forms a batter witn two eggs. Perfect recipe and good enough for all year – thanks!!!

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