Wiener schnitzel is the traditional schnitzel dish. Cooks make it with veal and serve it with a slice of lemon and potato salad. This dish originated in Vienna and is popular throughout Austria and Germany. Most countries prepare their own variations on schnitzel.
In Australia, cooks often prepare schtintzel as "schnitzel parmigiana" and cover it with tomato sauce and cheese. In Poland, cooks make "kotlet schabowy" from boneless pork chop, pork tenderloin or chicken. The Italian dish "Polo Milenese" is similar to schnitzel.
Schnitzel is a meat dish, usually made from veal, mutton, chicken, pork or beef. Cooks typically beat the meat flat and thin, coat it with a mixture of bread crumbs, egg and flour, and fry it.