Breaded Veal - Milanesas
Milanesas is a very common dish in Latin America, especially so in Argentina. The name comes from cotoletta alla milanese a dish from Milan, Italy, which makes sense...as most of Argentina is made up of Italian immigrants (an Argentinian accent is essentially Spanish spoken Italian-style). Very similar to Italian Milanese Veal Cutlet or Austrian Wienerschnitzel, milanesa is a nice long and flat piece of either chicken breast, beef, or veal, which has been sliced quite thin, pounded thinner, seasoned and then breaded. The milanesa is then fried or for a healthier version, baked. They are quick, easy and delicious.
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