The term Milanese means a thin cut of meat coated in flour, egg, breadcrumbs and pan fried. Crave-able, crispy comfort food.
In Milan, the dish dates to at least 1134, where it is mentioned at a banquet for the canon of Milan's St. Ambrogio Cathedral. The dish resembles the Austrian dish Wiener Schnitzel, which originated in Austria around the 19th century.
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