Chicken SchnitzelCrumbed Chicken Schnitzel served with lemon juice, or on a bread roll with lettuce and mayonnaise.
Who can resist a chicken schnitzel for a snack. It's one of those foods that are great for just about any meal. Have it on a sandwich or a main meal. Yumm.
TEMP200°C or 390°F
- 2 Medium Chicken Schnitzels
- 1 small Lemon Optional
- 2 leaves Iceberg Lettuce Optional
- 1 dollup Mayonnaise Optional
- Preheat the air fryer to 200 ° C or 390 ° F which is usually around 3 minutes dependent on the air fryer.
- Place the Chicken Schnitzel in the air fryer basket.
- Cook for 11 minutes.
- Cook from Frozen - 11 Minutes
- Cook from Defrosted - 9 Minutes
- No Oil Necessary
- Shake half way
My Airfryer does not reheat theifnstructins say don’t reheat it is aPhillips
That’s strange. There should be no reason why you can’t reheat foods. Unless it’s because it may come out dry or something. I would just put it on a low heat to heat up foods.
I think Charmayne means ‘pre-heat’ – MY airfryer doesn’t have a pre-heat option either
Is 4280 Calories correct for one serve of chicken schnitzel? It seems way to high.
the chicken schnitzels came out extremely dry. It as my first time using an airfryer and am not blown away yet. Had to make the other schnitzels in the normal fryer. Maybe i should add a little oil to the fryer with the chicken? i have a Tefal XL digital airfryer.
Hi Lucy, Are they home made Schnitzels, or frozen crumbed ones from the supermarket? If it’s pre-packaged crumbed schnitzels they probably already have a bit of oil added. Add a touch of oil if they are home made though.
I’m not familiar with the Tefal, but if it’s coming out dry, you may be cooking it too long. Your Tefal may be cooking too quickly. You may need to experiment a bit.