To Thaw: Place unbreaded cutlet in the refrigerator overnight. If time does not allow, place the cutlet in the sink under cold, running water (do not remove the cutlet from vacuum-sealed bag); this method should defrost the cutlet within a few minutes. Do not attempt to thaw in microwave or in warm water. Do not let cutlets sit at room temperature to defrost.
Deep Fryer: Season cutlet with salt and pepper or your favorite spice mix. Coat both sides of cutlet in flour then dip in lightly beaten eggs and bread crumbs. Cook cutlet in deep fryer at 350 degrees f for 2 minutes or until golden brown (time will vary with size of fryer and the number of cutlets in the basket). Internal temperature should reach 165 degrees f.
Stovetop: Season cutlet with salt and pepper or your favorite spice mix. Coat both sides of cutlet in flour (optional). In a saute pan, heat a 50/50 mix of oil and butter over medium-high heat. Saute cutlets for approximately one minute per side (time will vary with temperature). Internal temperature should reach 165 degrees f.