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A Wiener schnitzel, in German literally a ‘Viennese cutlet’, is an escalope of veal coated in egg and breadcrumbs and fried, and usually served with a slice of lemon. The term began to establish itself in English in the mid-nineteenth century. See also schnitzel.

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