Milanese-style Layered Pork Cutlets

Milanese-style Layered Pork Cutlets

Tender, juicy layered pork strips are transformed into Milanese-style cutlets.

Ingredients: 3 servings

Thinly sliced pork
12 strips
Salt, black pepper
to taste
Plain flour
as needed
*Parmesan cheese
2 tablespoons
*Black pepper
to taste
※ Panko
※Parmesan cheese
3 tablespoons
※Garlic powder
to taste
※Parsley (finely chopped)
to taste
Olive oil
7-8 tablespoons


1. Buy thinly sliced pork (the same used to make ginger pork).
2. Layer four slices of pork on top of each other, alternating the direction for each layer.
3. Tenderize while spreading out the slices.
4. Season with salt and black pepper.
5. Put panko in a plastic bag and crush with a rolling pin.
6. Mix together the * and ※ ingredients, respectively.
7. Cover the meat from Step 4 in flour and shake to remove excess flour.
8. Coat in the * mixture followed by the ※ mixture.
9. Heat oil over medium heat in a pan, cook the meat from Step 8 until crisp, then remove from the pan (they will be fried a total of two times).
10. Wipe the pan clean and melt in 20g of butter.
11. Return 2 cutlets to the pan and sauté on both sides. Remove, melt 10g of butter in the pan, and sauté the remaining cutlet.

Story Behind this Recipe

Rather than beef, I went with the more affordable pork and layered it like mille-feuille for bigger, juicier, and tender servings.