Today we give you the recipe for breaded milanesas which you can accompany with the garnish you want, a good mashed potatoes combines perfectly. These Milanese are sure to remind you of your childhood lunches.
They are regularly served with ketchup, hot sauce, or green sauce. Although it is a fairly common recipe, there are people who have never prepared them.For this preparation you will need beef milanesas, if you have a trusted butcher, it would be normal for you to send them to be cut very thin. Another great tip to make prep easier is to have wax paper handy. In order to place the ground bread and bread there.
This will help so that when we finish breading we only remove the waxed paper and do not make the whole kitchen dirty.To give this preparation a better flavor and take our recipe to the next level. You can add dried herbs like oregano, basil, seven spices, or a little Parmesan or Pecorino cheese to your bread crumbs.
We must have absorbent paper on hand so that when we remove the milanesas from the pan, we can drain them and remove the excess oil.
Preparation: 10 Minutes
Cooking: 10 Minutes
• 400 gr of black pulp minced in breaded slices
• 2 eggs
• Salt and pepper to taste
• ¾ cup of ground bread
• Vegetable oil (The amount you need to fry)
1. To start, we must cut our Milanese meat to the desired size and thickness.
2. In a large plate we must beat the eggs and season with salt and pepper.
3. The next thing you should do is put the bread crumbs on wax paper.
4. Use a fork to cover the 2 sides of the breaded with the beaten egg.
5. Drain the egg a little and place the milanesa on the ground bread to bread.
6. Very carefully cover both sides of the milanese evenly.
7. The next thing we should do is heat the oil in a large skillet and over medium-high heat, we must cook the meat until golden brown on both sides. We can fry 4 to 5 minutes on each side.
8. Finally we remove the excess oil with absorbent paper and serve.
Remember if you want to improve the flavor of the breading you can add dry spices. Oregano, basil, 7 spices, onion and garlic powder among others. If you want to leave your guests or family breathless, you can improve your breading with hard cheese such as Parmesan, Pecorino or Manchego.
If you can’t eat gluten, remember to use gluten-free breadcrumbs.