The national dish of Austria is Wiener schnitzel (Veal escalope coated in flour, egg and breadcrumbs). Why not make it on October 26 when Austria celebrates their national day. Here’s what our country chef Maria says about the national dish of Austria:
Traditionally, Austrian schnitzels are served with a warm potato salad and cranberry sauce. Kids usually prefer it served with fries and ketchup! The recipe is quite simple to make and constitute a typical and friendly “Sunday dish”. In Austria, everyone loves it. There are vegetarian versions of the schnitzel including, for instance, pumpkin.
About the Country Chef
Maria Crepaz loves food and likes cooking, especially with fresh vegetables, fruits from the market and tasty meat from the local butcher. Austria is well known for its authentic and organic products, its Viennese sweet cakes and tasty vine from the Wachau and Burgenland. And of course its delicious Schnitzel. If you want to eat food cooked by Maria, then head over to http://www.eatwith.com/#!/host/567
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