Italian Veal Dishes
Veal is a prime ingredient in many Italian recipes. Whether it's Marsala, Piccata, or Scallopini, veal complements the tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, wine, and spices used in these Italian favorites.See Popular Italian Veal Dishes Recipes
Ethan Stowell sticks to Italian tradition when making osso buco, topping braised veal shanks with a citrusy gremolata (orange and lemon zest mixed with garlic and parsley). He advises spooning out and eating all of the marrow from the bones for what he calls "a mouthful of fatty goodness."
Chef Robert Wiedmaier gives butchering demos at the Butcher's Block in Alexandria, Virginia. At his restaurant next door, Brabo, he serves elegant dishes, like this veal chop. To make the wine sauce even more complex, use demiglace (concentrated veal stock) instead of beef stock and flour. Demiglace is available from dartagnan.com.
If Daniel Humm were cooking in the northern, more Germanic part of Switzerland, he'd probably serve this spectacular roasted veal with spaetzle, but because he's in the southern, Italian region, he makes a luscious risotto with porcini mushrooms.
This lemony stew has a delicious mix of spinach, sorrel, watercress, romaine, and herbs.
Doesn't this sound amazing? Thin slices of veal rolled around a filling of prosciutto, pine nuts and mozzarella, simmered in Italian sauce and served with garlic cheese bread. Best of all, it's ready in under an hour.
This classic veal recipe is appropriate for any company or special occasion meal. Marsala wine lends its rich smoky flavor to the mushrooms and onions creating an exquisite sauce for both the meat and noodles.
These mouthwatering sandwiches take Sloppy Joe's to a whole new level. They feature a mix of ground beef, pork and veal in a delicious Italian sauce, served on toasted garlic bread.
Use your slow cooker to make these Italian-style veal shanks. The squash and Brussels sprouts add some variety to this classic dish.
Humanely raised veal is becoming more widely available at top butcher shops. Butcher-chef Tia Harrison recommends choosing veal shoulder or rump roast, which are more economical than other cuts of veal but still delicious. Harrison likes to braise them; here, canned fire-roasted tomatoes give the dish a smoky flavor.
Plan dinner now or for tomorrow. Marinate tender veal chops in this savory white wine mixture from 15 minutes to overnight. Serve the grilled chops with mushrooms stuffed with pesto.
Try your hand at Italian cooking with this easy, low-calorie recipe. Veal leg slices are pounded thin for fast cooking, then topped with an easy tomato sauce.
In this classic Italian recipe, thin slices of veal are quickly seared in a skillet, and the pan drippings are used to make the delectable marsala sauce.
From skillet to table in 35 minutes. The simple Marsala sauce is loaded with mushrooms to top quick-cooking tender veal.