Low Carb Chicken Schnitzel a la Holstein

Low Carb Chicken Schnitzel a la HolsteinLow Carb Chicken Schnitzel a la HolsteinLow Carb Chicken Schnitzel a la Holstein. Whew doggie is this ever easy assuming you have Pork Dust Rind Breadcrumbs, eggs, capers, and salt & pepper. I used thigh meat because I much prefer it to drier white meat although, the pork rinds keep just about anything quite moist. I fry most (no, not all) of my foods in duck fat which I did here but olive oil works just great and I know most of you will olive oil anyway.  When I need more duck fat I just buy a fat-rat duck, get 2 cups of fat and…have duck dinner for two.  For me, the taste of duck fat is incomparable. I had most of the fat left in the pan so I spooned it around the chicken thigh but if you are not into fat the way I am then please, leave it in the pan. A lot of that fat went into the eggplant served with it and it made it terrific too.

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Chicken Schnitzel
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Ingredients
  1. 4 Small Chicken Thighs-Pounded To A Thin Even Thickness
  2. 5 Eggs
  3. 4 t Butter
  4. 3-4 C Ground Pork Rinds
  5. ¼ C Capers
  6. Salt & Pepper
  7. ¼ C Olive Oil
Instructions
  1. If you have the ground pork rinds great, otherwise grind what you need. I actually keep a bag of ground rinds because I use so much of it.
  2. Beat 1 egg for dredging into.
  3. Heat oil to medium-medium high.
  4. Salt & pepper each side of chicken.
  5. Dredge into egg and then into pork rinds.
  6. Carefully put chicken into sizzling oil, fry until crunchy on bottom, turn and finish.
  7. In a separate smaller pan heat 1 t butter, fry eggs to over easy and top chicken.
  8. Top with capers, and more fat is wanted.
  9. 4 Servings
  10. 596 Calories, 56.9 Protein, 26.2Fat 0.6 g Carbs, 0.0g Fiber, 6.6g Net Carbs
Notes
  1. As you can see I ate two eggs with mine and of course you can eat as many eggs as you want.
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