An easy chicken meal for every occasion.
Schnitzel is one of the most versatile foods. It can be eaten hot or cold, as a meal or in a sandwich, at a sit-down dinner or to-go. No matter how you like your schnitzel, it's still a mess-free, delicious and nutritious choice.
While the classic schnitzel is deep fried, we opted for the healthier cooking method and baked ours in the oven.
For a complete meal, serve your schnitzel with a salad. We suggest our Israeli Salad - part of the same Kosher meals menu.
A true Kosher schnitzel is made with Kosher chicken. This has to be slaughtered by a shochet (a trained and certified butcher) in a quick manner, indented to minimize the animal's suffering.
Additionally, the chicken is salted - in order for any remaining blood to be drawn and removed. This is why kosher chicken is slightly higher in sodium than the non kosher variation.
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