Pork Schnitzels with Rosemary & Lemon – Nina Timm

Pork+Schnitzel+with+Rosemary+and+Lemon1Pork Schnitzels with Rosemary & Lemon – Nina Timm

Nina says: “Rosemary and lemon are perfect partners when it comes to cooking and especially in meat recipes, it just works. Lamb chops, grilled to perfection on the braai, seasoned with rosemary and lemon are just delicious and even with pork chops, the flavour combination is perfect.”

Pork Schnitzels with Rosemary & Lemon

Serves 6 (some left for lunchbox)

6 big pork cutlets – I use the big leg chops and then remove the bone.
500ml buttermilk
juice of 1 lemon
8 slices of white bread – day old is perfect
a handful of fresh parsley
a few sprigs of rosemary – remove the woody stems
2 cloves of garlic
zest of 2 lemons

Remove the excess fat off the pork chops (keep it for your bean stew), remove the bones and cut the meat in smaller pieces. With a wooden meat mallet, thin the meat until it is about 1 cm thick. Place in a glass dish, season lightly, drizzle with some lemon juice and then cover with the buttermilk. Leave for a couple of hours, overnight is always best.
Preheat oven to 180C
Place all the other ingredients in your food processor and make your flavoured crumbs. Taste for seasoning and adjust accordingly. When you are ready to cook the schnitzels, remove the meat from the buttermilk, shaking off the excess and dip the meat cutlets into the breadcrumbs. Place on a greased oven pan. Bake for 40-50 minutes until the schnitzels have cooked and the crumbs are crisp and golden brown.
Serve with a few lemon wedges and some boiled potatoes with parsley butter. A green salad will work well too.

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Nina TimmNina Timm

Nina Timm has become a popular household name in South Africa and apart from her passion for cooking, her heart is with people. In 2012 she received the Blogger of the Year Award from Eat In Magazine and has not looked back since. She understands what her readers want. She and her family live an unpretentious lifestyle with love in abundance and a deep-rooted belief in God. With her warm and heartfelt nature, she has become a loyal and trusted radio personality to RSG listeners, where she has a weekly show every Thursday Morning just after 9, featuring her own recipes and those of other South African Food Bloggers.

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