In Perú, chicken schnitzel = milanesa de pollo, which is different from the suprema de pollo because it’s made with a breast fillet instead of a leg/thigh fillet. I’ve always liked the milanesa better. The traditional way of eating it is with rice and chips. I prefer mine with mash, puré de espinaca (spinach mash) to be precise, a regular potato mash mixed with cooked spinach. For this recipe, I made a celeriac version that turned out great.
I’ve been using Niulife coconut products for a few years now, so I thought it was time to give them a review. Coconut flour: for baking and cooking. I don’t bake that often but it’s handy to have for those special occasion treats. Shredded coconut: usually for eating straight out of the bag (very handy when travelling), mixed with macadamias and cinnamon, or for making grain-free granola, smoothies, desserts, coconut butter, meatballs, coconut cauliflower rice, etc. Coconut flakes: same deal as the shredded coconut: straight out of the bag, with macadamias and cinnamon, for caramelised coconut chips, etc. Creamed coconut: This thing is unbelievable. I bought it because I wanted…