a cutlet, esp. of veal
Origin of schnitzelGer, literally , a shaving, diminutive of schnitz, a piece cut off ; from Middle High German sniz, akin to Old English snithan, to cut, chop ; from Indo-European base an unverified form sneit- from source Czech sn?t, a branch
A thin cutlet of veal, usually seasoned, that is dipped in batter and fried.
Origin of schnitzelGerman, from Middle High German snitzel, diminutive of sniz, slice, from snitzen, to carve, frequentative of sn&imacron;den, to cut, from Old High German sn&imacron;dan.
- A dish consisting of fried veal cutlet.
From German Schnitzel (cutlet)