Wiener Schnitzel

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Wiener Schnitzel, a famous dish of the Austrian cuisine, is a thin slice of leg of veal that is deep-fried with a coating of flour, egg, and bread crumbs served with potatoes and a lemon wedge. In the international cuisine, a Wiener schnitzel is a more or less close variant, a breaded slice of meat with some garnish. For instance, veal is often replaced with pork or turkey.