rachel12/13/10




This goes beyond your shnitzel recipe. The chicken sticks are extra crispy and the dipping sauce is sweet and hot so that you can eat a lot of it without burning your mouth. This is a fun recipe that is always a big hit.






  • SERVING/YIELD
    20 sticks


  • PREP TIME









  • COOK TIME









  • LEVEL

    Medium



  • BLESSING
    Shehakol


  • RECIPE
    #742

























INGREDIENTS













  • 1.5 lb Chicken (5 cutlets)










  • 2-4 Eggs










  • - Paprika










  • - Garlic










  • - Salt










  • - Black pepper










  • - pinch chili powder (optional)










  • ½ cup Flour










  • 1 tsp Baking powder










  • - Panko, Bread or Corn flake crumbs










  • - -










  • - SWEET HOT SAUCE:










  • ¾ cup Chili Sauce (Chili Pinkati in Israel)










  • ¾ cup Honey










  • 3 Tbsp sugar










  • ¼ cup water










  • 1 cup Thousand island dressing










  1. in a sauce pot add all the chili sauce, honey, sugar and water and bring to a boil. Lower the flame and add the thousand island and let it simmer for 10 minutes.



  2. Cut the chicken into long strips and dredge in the flour with the baking powder.



  3. Prepare in a bowl 2 beaten eggs (4 if you will double dip for an extra crunchy layer.) Spice with some paprika, garlic, salt and black pepper. Add a pinch of chili powder if you want. If you want to double dip then separate the eggs at this point into two bowls.



  4. Add the chicken into the eggs and mix it well. Then bread the chicken in Panko, bread or cornflake crumbs (or mix some of each.) For the extra crunch re-dip each chicken strip into the extra eggs and bread again.



  5. Fry the chicken in a pan until golden. Serve with sauce on the side.















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Average user rating from: 5 user(s)

Rating:
 
4.4   (5)
 
 

FANTASTIC SWEET HOT SAUCE!

Rating:
 
5.0
Reviewed by Tina
January 10, 2012
 

I am rating the sauce. Our family absolutely LOVES this sauce. I double the recipe and freeze portions into small containers. It freezes great and take it out when needed. I was too lazy to prepare the chicken and double dip-even though I am sure it tastes great. I simply made regular chicken cutlets breaded and served it with this amazing sauce. I used panko crumbs for frying, since it gives the chicken a nice crispy taste. I also served this sauce with grilled chicken and it was a huge hit. My kids like dipping everything in this sauce. The best ever!!!!!!!

 
Rating:
 
2.0
Reviewed by smolly
April 15, 2011
 

I have to say im not a picky eater and after all those great reviews i thought this would be a great supper but I found it quite tasteless.

 

FANTASTIC RECIPE -BEST DIPPING SAUCE EVER!

Rating:
 
5.0
Reviewed by CookMama
January 16, 2011
 

I made this for supper last week; great hit with adults and kids alike. The dipping sauce is so unbelievable good. I'll be making this for supper often and I plan to use this sauce for many of my other recipes. I wonder if this sauce can be frozen and reheated as needed?

 

LOVE, LOVE , LOVE!

Rating:
 
5.0
Reviewed by THERABASH
January 11, 2011
 

I'm not a major fan of shnitzel, but this was fantastic. I highly recommend the double dipping, cuz it was so crunchy and heavenly! The sauce is the perfect balance of spicy and sweet. My husband says he would marry me all over again for this supper! (Okay, he loves shnitzel, but still...)

 
Rating:
 
5.0
Reviewed by lea
December 29, 2010
 

Awesome!!!! I crushed corn flakes in a bag and used that to bread the cutlets. They came out super crunchy and super delicious. The dipping sauce is so delicious. I used the leftovers as a spread for chicken sandwiches.

 
 
 
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