Welcome to National Wiener Schnitzel Day, where we celebrate the crispy, delicious wonder that is the wiener schnitzel! Get ready to learn all about the fascinating history behind this beloved dish and uncover some fun facts along the way.
It's national wiener schnitzel day on the 9th September.
So, where did the wiener schnitzel come from? Well, prepare yourself for a trip to Austria, my friend! The wiener schnitzel is a true culinary delight that originated in Vienna, Austria, way back in the 19th century. It quickly became a beloved staple of Austrian cuisine and gained popularity beyond the borders of Vienna.
Traditionally, a wiener schnitzel is made by taking a thin slice of veal, pounding it until it becomes tender, coating it in breadcrumbs, and then frying it to golden perfection. But fear not, my vegetarian friends! There are also versions of this delightful dish made with chicken, pork, or even tofu, so everyone can enjoy a taste of this crispy goodness.
Now, let's talk about the internet's love affair with the wiener schnitzel. According to our trusty sources, we've detected a whopping 305 mentions of National Wiener Schnitzel Day online. It seems that people just can't resist celebrating this delightful dish.
The most mentions we found were on September 9th, 2020. It appears that on that fateful day, the internet collectively decided to pay homage to the wiener schnitzel in all its golden, crunchy glory. It's a day that will forever be remembered as a pinnacle of online schnitzel appreciation. Truly, a historic moment in culinary internet history.
Did you know that the term "wiener schnitzel" is actually protected by Austrian law? That's right, folks! In Austria, a dish can only be called a wiener schnitzel if it's made with veal. If it's made with any other type of meat, it has to be referred to as something else. So, if you ever find yourself in Vienna and order a wiener schnitzel, you can be sure that you're getting the real deal.
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