Kammkotelett is the German culinary term which means "neck chop/cutlets", a chop or cuts from the neck of cow, ox or pig which can be prepared like steak; can be breaded and fried. It can also be marinated in various spices and soy sauce then later barbecued or grilled.

Kamm refers to "neck" of cow, ox, or pig, as in Schweinekammkotelett and Rindkammkotelett

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