Can crumbed chicken schnitzel be oven baked or

mumto3, May 15, 3:50am
is it better off fried in a little oil

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lilyfield, May 15, 4:21am
better gently fried- it will dry out in he oven

jessie981, May 15, 4:54am
As lilyfield said. I use a little oil

justine97, May 15, 9:20am
I do a quick pan fry to give it some moisture, then oven bake for the rest.It's never dry.

aktow, May 15, 1:25pm
why use the power to heat up a oven.. crumbed snit only takes 30 seconds on each side to cook, so i would cook it in a sauté pan or a frying pan with a little oil.

justine97, May 16, 9:20am
I do a quick pan fry to give it some moisture, then oven bake for the rest.It's never dry.

aktow, May 16, 1:25pm
why use the power to heat up a oven. crumbed snit only takes 30 seconds on each side to cook, so i would cook it in a sauté pan or a frying pan with a little oil.

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