Schnitzel cheese sauce is one of the easiest sauces that you can prepare for many dishes, including pasta, French fries and meats. You can also use it a nice cheese dip with crackers, toasted bread and chicken popcorn. Schnitzel cheese sauce is a bit similar to Alfredo sauce, but this a lighter one in which I used tiny amount of flour and vegetable oil, so that you can distinguish and enjoy the cheese flavor. I personally love to serve this sauce with French fries and nuggets, an elegant cold cuts salad made from smoked turkey cuts, or a lovely pizza sandwich in which I use crispy fried shrimp.
– 1 tbsp of soy oil.
– 1 tbsp of all purpose flour.
– A pinch of salt and pepper.
– 1 cup of milk.
– ½ cup of grated cheddar cheese.
– ¼ cup of Swiss, parmesan or any other cheese you prefer.
Stir fry the flour in oil then slowly pour the milk while whisking to ensure no lumps are forming.
Season with salt and pepper then cook on medium heat until the sauce thickens.
Add the cheese and cook on low heat for a few minutes while stirring non-stop until the cheese melts.
Serve warm with Wiener schnitzel.