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Vegetable or sunflower oil
Salt and pepper for seasoning
1. For the mashed potatoes:
|Potatoes in boiling water (Click on photo to enlarge)|
|Seasoned mash (Click on photo to enlarge)|
2. For the breaded pork cutlet:
|Tenderized pork cutlet (Click on photo to enlarge)|
|Flour, egg and breadcrumbs (Click on photo to enlarge)|
|Breaded cutlet in oil (Click on photo to enlarge)|
- Serve with your mash and garnish.
Although olive oil is healthier, vegetable and sunflower oil burns at a higher temperature so you don't want to be using olive oil with this recipe. Also, olive oil would increase the cost of the meal due to its higher cost.
Pimp it up:
In Czech restaurants its typical to add a ladle of melted butter to the mash, which adds a sauce texture. It's also typical to serve this meal with a wedge of lemon (I added a pickled Gherkin instead). You could also pimp up your Rizek by going Cordon Bleu and stuffing it with cheese.
Hope it helps!
Dobrou chut!/Bon appetit!