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Beer snack recipes

French-style meat


Today is a recipe for oven-baked meat with cheese. It is not recommended for those who are used to counting calories. After all, not for nothing they say that most of the pleasant things are illegal, immoral or harmful to health. Our dish does not fit into these categories – it is simple to prepare, tasty and caloric, so you can cook it safely, there is no crime here.


  • Chicken (turkey) schnitzels
  • Potatoes
  • Onions
  • Mayonnaise
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Sweet paprika
  • Fresh mint
  • Butter
  • Cheese (processed or yellow cheese, the cheapest).

Cooking method:

I did not specify the quantity of food. All the leftovers can be successfully used in the preparation of other dishes. Chicken schnitzels are better, they are more tender, but I have also cooked on turkey breast, no one noticed much difference.

It is better to cook this meat in a wide and deep heat-resistant glass dish. Having greased its bottom and walls with butter, we put two layers of very thinly sliced potatoes and salt them. Beat our schnitzels and arrange them on the potatoes. Salt, pepper and sprinkle with sweet paprika. Fresh mint leaves on the meat will give it a heady flavor.


 *It is better to chop the schnitzels with a plastic film over and under them, as this way they stay much more intact and will not fragment into fibers.

*It is recommended to use a mixture of black pepper at different stages of maturity “4 seasons”, but in extreme cases regular black pepper is also suitable.

 Place thin onion rings on the schnitzel and cover with a thin layer of mayonnaise. Then again 2 thin layers of potatoes, meat, mint, onions and mayonnaise. We take any yellow or processed cheese and grate it on a coarse grater. Cover our dish with a layer of this cheese and put it in a heated oven. Bake for 1.5-2 hours at 180°C.

Tasty, beautiful and simple! Beer should be matched with such meat depending on the season. Personally, because of our heat, I prefer wheat beer.

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