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Don't press the breadcrumbs into the meat. Major Domaschk then sent a teleprinter message back to the Heeresgruppe C asking why Lorfing had been nominated almost two months after the original nomination.

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Nahaufklärungs-Gruppe 15 [19] [Note 17]. Commander of Divisions-Füsilier-Bataillon 68 [22] [Note 18]. Meldestaffelführer messenger squad leader in the I. Commander of Grenadier-Regiment [19] [21]. Shock troop leader in the 2. Chief of the 2. Commander of Gebirgs-Panzer-Jäger-Abteilung 44 [19] [21]. Zugführer platoon leader of the 2. Staffelkapitän of the 5. Leader of Füsilier-Bataillon [25] [Note 22]. Group leader in the Commander of U [23] [24].

Gruppenkommandeur of the IV. Commander of Grenadier-Regiment 43 [23] [24]. Commanding Admiral Aegean Sea [23] [24]. Commander of Korpsabteilung C [23] [24]. Commander of Fallschirm-Sanitäter-Lehr-Abteilung [23] [24]. Leader of the 5. Commander of Panzer-Aufklärungs-Abteilung 24 [24] [27]. Leader of the 3. Group leader in the 1. Leader of Füsilier-Kompanie [24] [27]. Gruppenkommandeur of the III. Staff officer for anti tank combat in the Oberkommando of Heeresgruppe E [24] [Note 27]. Infanterie-Division motorized [24] [27].

Squadron chief of Radfahr-Abteilung 30 [24] [28]. Staffelkapitän of the 8. Group leader in the 8. Commander of Ski-Bataillon 82 [28] [29]. Zugführer platoon leader in the 8. Panzer commander in the 2. Commander of Infanterie-Regiment 43 [29] [31].

Pilot in the 8. Staffelkapitän of the 9. Group leader in the 5. Commander of U [29] [31]. Leader of Kampfgruppe "Latz" [29] [Note 32]. Staffelkapitän of the 4. Geschwaderkommodore of Kampfgeschwader 1 "Hindenburg" [29] [32]. Staffelkapitän of the 1. Zugführer platoon leader in the 5. Commander of Grenadier-Regiment 61 [32] [33]. Zugführer platoon leader of the 8. Group leader in the 9. Leader of the 7. Commander of Grenadier-Regiment [33] [35].

Commander of Radfahr-Abteilung 54 [34] [35]. Zugführer platoon leader in Fahnenjunker-Grenadier-Regiment [33] [35]. Pilot in the 2. Zugführer platoon leader in Sturmgeschütz-Abteilung [33] [35]. Zugführer platoon leader of the 5. Commander of Feldersatz-Bataillon [36] [37]. Chief engineer on U [36] [37]. Commander of Panzer-Jäger-Abteilung [36] [37]. Commander-in-chief of Heeresgruppe C [37] [38]. Staffelkapitän of the 2. Commander of U [36] [37]. Chief of the 8. Ia operations officer of the 1.

Commander of U [36] [40]. Combat observer in the 6. Zugführer platoon leader in the II. Zugführer platoon leader in the 7. Geschwaderkommodore of Kampfgeschwader 3 "Lützow" [42] [Note 42].

Pilot and observer in the 2. Pilot in the Stab of I. Chief of the 6. Zugführer platoon leader in Panzer-Aufklärungs-Abteilung " Brandenburg " [42] [43]. Zugführer platoon leader in the 3. Leader of Grenadier-Regiment [42] [43]. Commander of Grenadier-Regiment [42] [43]. Commander of Grenadier-Regiment 89 [42] [44]. Company troop leader in the 7. Commander of Aufklärungs-Abteilung 17 [42] [44]. Staffelführer of the 1. Commander of U [42] [44]. Leader of Alarm-Bataillon Kolberg [46]. Staffelkapitän of the 6.

Commander of Grenadier-Regiment [46] [47]. Artilleriekommandeur 6 and leader of a Kampfgruppe [49] [Note 53]. Commander of Panzergrenadier-Bataillon [51] [52].

Pilot in the I. Leader of the III. Chief of the 7. Chief of the 4. Commander of Infanterie-Regiment 51 motorized [52] [53].

Chief of the 5. Chief engineer on U [52] [53]. Commander of Flak-Regiment motorized [52] [Note 57]. Commander of U [52] [53]. Landungsdivision and sea transportation chief of the Strait of Messina [52] [53].

Abschnittskommandant sector commander in the fortress St. Leader of Fallschirmjäger-Regiment 23 [55] [57]. Squadron chief in the 8. Deputy leader of Jäger-Regiment [58] [Note 60]. Group leader in Panzer-Pionier-Bataillon 93 [57] [Note 64]. Commander of Panzer-Aufklärungs-Abteilung 33 [58] [62].

Zugführer platoon leader in the 2. Staffelkapitän of the Zugführer platoon leader of the II. Chief of the 3. Commander of Grenadier-Regiment [57] [62]. Pak gun leader in the 1. Commander of Grenadier-Regiment [65]. Reconnaissance troop leader in the 1. Commander of battleship Bismarck [64] [65]. Commander of Infanterie-Regiment [64] [65]. Tasked with the leadership of the 1. Chief of staff of the IX. Commander of Jäger-Regiment [65].

Adjutant in the III. Zugführer platoon leader and aide-de-camp in the II. Höherer Artilleriekommandeur [65] [68]. Pilot in the 7. Staffelkapitän of the 7. Zugführer platoon leader in the 9. Group leader in the 6. Zugführer platoon leader in the Commander of the Heeres-Pionier-Bataillon 44 motorized [69] [Note 78]. Staffelführer of the Gruppenkommandeur of the I. Pilot in the Staffelführer of the 6.

Battalion leader in Fallschirmjäger-Regiment "Hübner" [69] [Note 83]. Pilot in the 4. Commander of Panzer-Regiment 31 [69] [72]. Gruppenkommandeur of the II. Company leader in Feldersatz-Bataillon 94 [72] [75]. Commander-in-chief of the Geschwaderkommodore of Kampfgeschwader 30 [75] [76].

Staffelkapitän in the I. Zugführer platoon leader in the 4. Chief of Luftflotte 4 [75] [82]. Infanterie-Division [75] [Note 93]. Infanterie-Division motorized [75] [82]. Adjutant in the Panzer-Aufklärungs-Abteilung [82] [83]. Commanding general of the II. Rifle leader in the Commander of Infanterie-Regiment [83] [85].

Company troop messenger in the 3. Richtschütze gunner in the 1. Commander of SS-Kavallerie-Regiment 1 [84] [85]. Staffelführer of the 8. Gun leader in the Commander of Gebirgsjäger-Regiment [86] [87]. Aide-de-camp of the 7. Commander of Infanterie-Regiment [86] [87]. Geschwaderkommodore of Jagdgeschwader 51 "Mölders" [87] [89]. Battery chief in the I. Commander of Grenadier-Regiment [87] [89]. Observer in the 2. Leader of Panzergrenadier-Regiment [92] [93].

Gun leader in the 3. Commander of the 2. Flak-Division motorized [91] [Note ]. Commander of Infanterie-Regiment 83 [91] [94]. Pilot in the 9. Leader of the 8. Commander of U [91] [94]. Season with salt and pepper. While the gravy is simmering let's get back to the Schnitzel. Working quickly, dip the chops in the flour, the egg, and the breadcrumbs. Don't press the breadcrumbs into the meat. Coat gently but thoroughly, and gently shake off the excess crumbs. Fry the Schnitzel for about minutes on both sides.

When they're a deep golden brown, transfer them to a plate that's lined with paper towels. Serve immediately with the mushroom gravy and your choice of sides. More About This Recipe. Tender and juicy inside and fried to crispy golden perfection. That glorious dish that tourists to Germany return home raving about. Now you can make it at home! I grew up in Stuttgart in Southern Germany. Stuttgart is also the capital of Baden-Wurrtembert, the Swabia region of Germany, which boasts the best food in the country.

Schnitzel is a dish I grew up loving, and I'd often order it when we went out to eat. Of course it had to be served with Spaetzle, the famous Swabian noodles. Today we're going to make Jaeger Schnitzel, a very popular version of Schnitzel that features a delicious mushroom gravy. There are a few tips and tricks to achieving the perfect Schnitzel, and I'm going to share those with you. I'm hungry, how about you? Let's get to those Schnitzels!

The first key to achieving the perfect Schnitzel is to pound it very thin. That way you can fry it quickly at high heat to get the perfect crust without leaving it raw in the middle. Place the pork chop in between two sheets of plastic wrap and pound it with the flat side of a meat tenderizer not the side with the points. When making the gravy you can use either fresh or canned mushrooms — whatever works best for you.

If using canned, you'll just need to add the mushrooms at a different stage of the gravy. The next key to the perfect schnitzel is to work quickly with the breading. Line up three shallow dishes, one with flour with a little salt mixed in , one with beaten egg, and one with the breadcrumbs so you'll be able to dip the chops from one to the other quickly and toss 'em in the frying pan! Avoid pressing the breadcrumbs into the meat. Just softly coat the chop on both sides and all edges, and gently shake off any excess.

Another key is to immediately fry the Schnitzel. Don't let them sit around in the coating! The final important key is to make sure the oil is hot enough, but not too hot. If it's too hot, the crust will burn. If it isn't hot enough, you'll end up with a soggy coating. When the oil is good and hot it actually penetrates the coating less, so you get less oil in it.

The result will be a beautifully crispy coating with a tender and juicy interior, and that's exactly what we want. Serve immediately with the mushroom gravy and choice of sides. Easy Sweet and Sour Pork. Blackened Pork Chop Sandwiches. Fried Spinach and Artichoke Dip Balls. Chicken Fried Pork Chop. Sweet Tea Fried Chicken Bites.

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