Schnitzel is breaded meat, it already contains bread.
Only Romanians would eat that with more bread.
"Scnitzel mitBrot"-this is a tipical food forsaxonpeople in Transylvania (Siebenburgen /Ardeal);
My husband's mother would give him a schnitzel in bread to take to school for his lunch. That was in Italy, they called it "un panino con la cotoletta", cotoletta alla milanese being the Italian name for Wienerschnitzel.
I keep getting this wrong because I cannot spell the English version of Snitzel
Why is -Do you eat schnitzel with bread wrong? That's how we would say it in English
It can be and.
In my opinion, "You eat a schnitzel on bread." Should be accepted, even-though you can eat the schnitzel and the bread on separate bytes. :-)
that's a loose translation, because cu means with, not on.
details my friend, details
This is the funniest spelling of Schnitzel I have seen so far. (nevermind we do the same in Cyrillic)
I've already done that before, and actually, it's pretty good.