What is Jager sauce in German?

Jager sauce is a mushroom-based brown sauce that is traditionally served with meat. In Germany it is one of the most popular sauces. In German, it is called “Jager Soße“ – Jäger meaning „Hunter“ in German. “Soße” is the word for sauce.

What meat is Jagerschnitzel?

pork cutlet
When we’re talking about Jagerschnitzel, it is a pork cutlet that has been breaded and fried then served with a tasty mushroom gravy. The closely related Weiner Schnitzel of Austria and Germany is a geographically protected ( designation of origin ) recipe that is only made with veal.

What is chicken Jagerschnitzel?

Schnitzel is actually a method of cooking. Cutting meat thin and pounding it tender with a meat mallet or meat pounder. This is used throughout Germany, not just for pork, but also veal, chicken, turkey, and game. And when it’s covered in this heavenly creamy mushroom sauce, it is pure delight for the taste buds.

How do you make schnitzel sauce?

Mustard Cream Sauce

  1. 2 Tablespoons unsalted butter.
  2. 2 Tablespoons all-purpose flour.
  3. 2 Tablespoons Dijon mustard.
  4. 1 ¼ cups low sodium chicken broth.
  5. ¾ cup heavy cream.
  6. ¼ teaspoon freshly ground pepper.

What do you serve schnitzel with?

What to serve with pork schnitzel

  • Parmesan garlic mashed potatoes.
  • Easy spicy garlic roasted broccoli.
  • Creamed spinach stuffed butternut squash.
  • Cucumber, tomato and red onion salad.

What is pork Jagerschnitzel?

The name Jägerschnitzel means Hunter’s Schnitzel or Hunter’s cutlets. Jagerschnitzel sauce, or Jägerschnitzelsosse, is that heavenly rich mushroom gravy often served over traditional German Schnitzel (crispy breaded pork cutlets). Some insist that the traditional Jäger gravy (Hunter’s sauce) has to be made with wine.

What is Vienna style schnitzel?

‚Wiener Schnitzel’ is one of the best known specialties of Viennese cuisine, and a national dish of Austria. Schnitzel is a thin, breaded and pan fried cutlet. Authentic Viennese Schnitzel is made from veal, but most Austrians use pork instead of the traditional veal since it is more common and accessible in Austria.

What is German Jagerschnitzel?