We proudly present… Butterschnitzel with mashed potatoes-Bowl! A classic of our Austrian home cooking! Served in a bowl we give it an modern touch. And even if these dish might not need that, it looks pretty good aswell!

Metainformationen

Ingredients

  • 4 portion(s) of mashed potatoes
  • 600 g veal minced meat
  • 3 kaiser rolls (old-fashioned, debarked)
  • milk (for soaking)
  • 3 egg yolks
  • salt
  • pepper (from the mill)
  • nutmeg (grated)
  • 1 tbsp breadcrumbs (optional)
  • oil (for frying)
  • 2 tbsp butter (for frying)
  • calf juice (or the resulting gravy)

Directions for Butterschnitzel with mashed potatoes-Bowl

  1. Soak Kaiser Rolls in milk for the butter escalopes. Squeeze well and add to the veal mince. Mix with egg yolks and season with salt, pepper and nutmeg. If the mixture is too soft, add breadcrumbs. Leave to simmer in the fridge.
  2. Form the minced meat into small mini loaves and fry in a pan with oil on both sides until golden yellow.
  3. Add butter and place the pan in the oven at 160 °C / 325 °F for 10 minutes.
  4. Fill mashed potatoes in bowls, arrange the veal butter cutlets on top and drizzle with some veal juice.

TIP

Mashed Potatoes are a great comfort food – a warm and simple delicious delight! Creamy and flavoursome, mash goes perfectly with almost anything and is sure to melt in the mouth with this recipe.

Austrian mashed potatoes are a great comfort food – a warm and simple delicious delight!
Austrian mashed potatoes are a great comfort food – a warm and simple delicious delight! Creamy and flavoursome, mash goes perfectly with almost anything.

JUST ONE MORE THING

If you’re a meat tiger, will you try our Tafelspitz or Fried Chicken Salad Bowl? These dishes are down-to-earth, honest and refined. The typical Austrian dishes arouse a sense of home and remind us of our childhood.

Austrian Tafelspitz requires good beef, a few vegetables, aromatic seasoning and plenty of water for cooking. Served with roasted potatoes.
Typical Austrian Tafelspitz requires good beef, a few vegetables and aromatic seasoning. Here we show you the classic with a modern touch: Tafelspitz-Bowl!

Credit: Blanka Kefer / ichkoche.at
It is served as a healthy version of the fried chicken: Tender chicken pieces with a crispy crunchy coating served on a fresh salad! We Austrian love it!
He’s famous. He’s popular. And he’s good anyway. But now he also become really trendy: Fried Chicken Salad in a Bowl – the Classic with a modern touch.

Credit: Blanka Kefer / ichkoche.at