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Shuh cutlets: The quick and tasty dinner sensation

Szu szu cutlets. You don't have to work hard to eat deliciously.
Szu szu cutlets. You don't have to work hard to eat deliciously.
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16 June 2024 14:11

Are you looking for an idea for a delicious and quick dinner that will impress the whole family? Shuh cutlets are the perfect choice! These juicy chicken cutlets, coated in an aromatic breadcrumb coating of garlic and paprika, are not only easy to prepare but also incredibly tasty.

Shuh cutlets are an excellent idea for an exceptional and tasty dinner. These are simple yet extremely juicy minced chicken cutlets that can be prepared in a very short time. Unlike traditional cutlets, which are associated with pounded meat in breadcrumbs, Shuh Shuh cutlets offer a pleasant and tasty alternative you will love from the first bite. They are delicious and effortless to prepare, making them ideal for children and adults.

Shuh cutlets – simplicity and taste in one

Shuh Shuh cutlets are tasty chicken pieces in an aromatic breadcrumb coating with garlic, paprika, and potato starch. Although their name's origin is unclear, there are two popular theories. One suggests that the name may come from Asian cuisine, where potato starch and seasonings such as garlic and paprika are commonly used for breading dishes. The other humorous theory says that these cutlets can be prepared "shuh," which means very quickly. Regardless of which theory is closer to the truth, one thing is sure – their preparation takes only a few moments.

Ingredients:

  • 2 chicken breasts (about 630 grams),
  • 4 tablespoons potato starch,
  • 3 egg yolks,
  • 3 tablespoons oil (+ extra for frying),
  • 1/2 teaspoon granulated garlic,
  • 2 tablespoons Greek yogurt,
  • 1 teaspoon sweet paprika,
  • salt and pepper to taste.

Preparing Shuh cutlets is extremely simple. Cut the chicken breasts into smaller pieces, mix them with the prepared breadcrumb coating and fry them in hot oil. The cutlets can be refrigerated for 30 minutes before frying, enhancing their taste and aroma.

The ready cutlets are best served hot to retain their crispiness. For an additional flavour effect, they can be sprinkled with fresh chives or parsley.

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