Take out two plates and a large flat bowl
On the first plate, our out some flour, on the second plate pour out some breadcrumbs, mix the spices into the breadcrumbs
In the bowl, crack both eggs, add some water and mix well
In a pan, heat some olive oil
Take a piece of chicken and dip it in the flour so that both sides are covered
Dip the floured chicken in the egg mixture so both sides are coated
Now dip the egged chicken in the breadcrumbs so both sides are coated
Place the chicken in the hot oil and coat the next piece of chicken
After about 5 minutes turn the first pieces of chicken in the oil and fry for a further 5 minutes, you should fit 2 or 3 pieces in each pan depending on the size of the pieces
Remove chicken from oil and place in the oven (on 100C) to keep warm
Add a bit more oil to the pan and carry on frying until no chicken is left
Mix any leftover breadcrumbs, flour and egg into a paste and make small patties that you can fry for a few minutes at a time (the kids love these)
You can also bake the schnitzel in the oven if you dont want to fry it.
Heat the oven to 180C.
Place each piece of breaded chicken onto a baking tray (covered with a baking sheet), 1kg of chicken will take up both baking trays.
Spray the chicken with olive oil spray.
Place the chicken in the oven for 20-30 minutes.