If the edges of cutlets have the connective tissue, you need to cut the edges in 2/3 points to make sure that the meat does not bend during cooking.
Whisk the eggs in a bowl, put the flour in one dish and the breadcrumbs in another one.
Coat the veal cutlets with the flour.
Dip the cutlets one by one in the eggs. Bread the meat, pressing down with your hands so the breadcrumbs don’t come off during the cooking.
Repeat the previous step another time, so a total of two breadcrumbs coating.
Melt the clarified butter in a frying pan or cast iron sklillet.
As usual, to have the best result the temperature of the butter has to be around 170°C or 340°F.The final result has to be very crunchy outside but inside it has to be tender and juicy.
Fry the cutlets about 5 minutes on each side, if you don't have a big pan, fry them one by one.
During the cooking time, use a spoon and continue to pour the frying butter from the pan to the top of the cutlets.
Before serving, remove the excess butter using a paper towel and add salt to taste.
Serve Veal Milanese hot with a lemon slice and a salad or your preferred side dish.