For this braised veal breast, the meat is rubbed with garlic and rosemary, rolled up, and simmered in a vegetable-rich, white wine broth. And I take back everything I said in my last post. The ten-ton Norway spruce at Rockefeller Center was sparkling with predominantly green lights to symbolize its energy-saving feature: 30, LED bulbs, which were partially powered by solar panels atop of the Rock.
Veal breast on the bone is a favorite cut in French and Italian households because it is tasty and economical and cooks in a relatively short time. When the cut is roasted, the meat is juicy and the bone side becomes crisp. You can stir other seasonal ingredients into the pan sauce at the end of cooking.
Click to Enlarge. A delicious roast that's easy to make. The flavor is lighter, less fatty and more tender than with beef.
A wonderful holiday dish, this is a crowd pleaser any time of the year and is kosher for Passover as well. Stuffing : Heat oil in a large Dutch Oven or ovenproof stockpot over medium heat. Meanwhile, place matzah in a colander and run under hot water until softened.
This succulent veal breast from Cormac Mahoney is a show-stopper at any gathering. Slideshow: More Tasty Veal Recipes. Lay the veal on a work surface, fat side down.
In a small roasting pan or a inch skillet with a lid, heat the oil over medium-high heat. Add the garlic cloves and lightly brown, about 1 to 2 minutes. Brown the veal in the pan, about 2 to 3 minutes per side.
The Boneless veal breast has a low food cost and is great for a buffet, carving station or banquet. It is a dry cut, but if you follow a few simple steps, you can serve a juicy portion. Start a day ahead by brining for hours in a simple solution of water and equal parts kosher salt and brown sugar.
Otherwise it is very tough and fatty. This cut of veal is almost always sold on the bone and with a layer of fat so ask your butcher to remove the bones freeze them to make stock some other time. You'll pay the same price but you'll have had the meat professionally prepared for your recipe. Prepare the meat by using a sharp knife to remove as much of the fat as possible.