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In the early 1990s, I spent a year in Germany. Without knowing it, I became hooked on Schnitzel, a simple sauteed pork cutlet. There are many ways to make it, but I prefer the basic fried Schnitzel with a squeeze o
f lemon. It goes great with a side of pommes frites (french fries) or mashed potatoes.
Many Korean butchers and stores sell premade dunkass. If you can’t get the premade stuff, get some pork cutlets, dredge them in flour, then an egg wash (beaten eggs), then Panko (Japanese breadcrumbs). Let them sit a while to set the coating.

INGREDIENTS
Dunkass (breaded pork cutlets)
Butter
Salt
Pepper
Lemon

1. Melt 1 Tbsp. Butter in a shallow pan under medium to medium high heat.
2. Add the Dunkass. Season with some Salt and Pepper.
3. When browned, flip to the other side and season with Salt and
Pepper.
4. Serve immediately with sliced Lemon wedges.

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