Escalope milanese is a traditional dish from Milan, Italy consisting of an escalope coated in breadcrumbs and fried. It is a popular part of Catalan cuisine as well. In Spain, it is traditionally garnished with a lemon slice and is served with french fries. When eaten in a sandwich it is simply called filete empanado. Veal escalope is passed in bits of bread and eggs, being pan fried afterward.
It is usually made of veal or beef. Chicken is called pollo empanado, and pork is not usual, except in Catalonia. This dish can be served hot along with fried potatoes or cold in a sandwich.
Variations of this dish can be found in countries like Argentina, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Brazil, Russia, Romania, United states, United Kingdom and many others.
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