How to Make Butter Chicken Schnitzel

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How to Make Butter Chicken Schnitzel Recipe
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Crush 6 to 9 medium garlic cloves. Throw away the thin skins that come out when you crush the garlic as they will make the butter sauce lumpy.

Crush 6 to 9 medium garlic cloves. Throw away the thin skins that come out when you crush the garlic as they will make the butter sauce lumpy.

2
Mix all the spices together. I like to mix them in my mortar and mash them up with my pestle to get the flavour out but that's optional.

Mix all the spices together. I like to mix them in my mortar and mash them up with my pestle to get the flavour out but that's optional.

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3
The mixture of spices.

The mixture of spices.

4
Sauté garlic for 1 minute, or until slightly golden. It will become sticky but keep stirring.

Sauté garlic for 1 minute, or until slightly golden. It will become sticky but keep stirring.

5
Add the spices mixture to the oil and garlic and stir for 1 minute while on low heat.

Add the spices mixture to the oil and garlic and stir for 1 minute while on low heat.

6
This is the tomato paste that I typically use.

This is the tomato paste that I typically use.

7
Add the can of tomatoes paste and stir for 4 minutes while on medium heat.

Add the can of tomatoes paste and stir for 4 minutes while on medium heat.

8
Mix cold water with the whipping cream. And then add them to the spice and tomato paste mixture very slowly while stirring - this will prevent curdling.

Mix cold water with the whipping cream. And then add them to the spice and tomato paste mixture very slowly while stirring - this will prevent curdling.

9
The butter sauce is done. Just let it simmer for 5 minutes. Then set aside until the chicken is done at which time you can heat it up again.

The butter sauce is done. Just let it simmer for 5 minutes. Then set aside until the chicken is done at which time you can heat it up again.

10
Pound and bread the chicken.

Pound and bread the chicken.

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