ManFood Monday * Matbucha Schnitzel Sandwich
This recipe was inspired by my favorite person’s favorite sandwich! If you haven’t tried matbucha, you are seriously missing out. Matbucha is a Moroccan tomato and pepper salad that is served warm with bread, but you can do almost anything with it. Today, we are serving it with a delicious chicken schnitzel on a toasted baguette. I love this sandwich so much, you have to try it!
Matbucha is sort of similar to marinara sauce, but the flavors are different. What really makes this sauce unique is the roasted red bell peppers. I also use a ton of garlic, serrano peppers, Harissa, some hot paprika and lemon.
Start the matbucha by adding 1/3 cup of good olive oil to a large pot. Add in 5 cloves of chopped garlic and cook over a medium flame for about three minutes.
Next, add in the diced canned tomatoes. Be sure to drain the tomatoes, this is a pretty thick sauce so you want to be sure you get some of the moisture out of the tomatoes.
Seed and dice the serrano peppers- these guys are pretty spicy, so you may want to only use one. Continue to simmer the sauce on medium.
Add in the juice of 1/2 of a lemon
To start the roasted red peppers, quarter the bell peppers and place them on a baking sheet. Put them under the broiler for about 7 minutes or until their skins are black.
As soon as the peppers come out of the oven, place them in a ziplock bag and let them steam for about 15 minutes while the sauce continues to cook.
Remove the skins of the red peppers, dice them up and add them to the sauce. Season the sauce with salt, garlic powder, harissa and hot paprika. Let the sauce simmer, uncovered, on a medium flame for about an hour. It should reduce by half.
A chicken schnitzel is just a breaded chicken breast. I use flour and panko bread crumbs to get the chicken extra crispy. I seasoned this chicken with some lemon, oregano and garlic powder.
The key to perfection with this chicken is making sure it is super thin. I put each chicken breast in a plastic bag and use a mallet to pound it into 1/8th of an inch thick.
The thinner the chicken, the easier it will be to keep it super juicy.
I like to season the chicken before I begin the breading process. I start by using the juice of 1/2 of a lemon. I love how the lemon cuts the heaviness of the breading.
Next, season both sides of the chicken with the salt, oregano and garlic powder.
To give the chicken its crispy crust, I use flour, eggs and panko.Place the chicken in the flour and make sure there is a thin layer on both sides. Be sure to shake off any excess.
Next, give the chicken a dip in the eggs.
Finally, coat each side with the panko bread crumbs.
Heat some olive oil in a skillet and cook on each side for about 3 minutes until the chicken is golden brown. Then place in a 425 degree oven for 3-5 minutes to finish cooking.
Slice a baguette in half, drizzle it with olive oil and cook in a 425 degree oven for about 6-8 minutes until golden brown.
I like to cut the schnitzel in half, place it on the baguette and load it up with the matbucha! Enjoy!
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