Top Rated Veal Scaloppine Recipes

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MizzNezz
This is a very delicious veal dish. Takes hardly any time to prepare, but is very gourmet.
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Tish
Got this out of a High-Protein Recipe book called Martini's and Whipped Cream. Sounds wonderful
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keen5
This is very good! I love veal dishes and I was surprised at how easy it is to make this. Makes a nice dinner for a romantic evening or a dinner party. I make it for Sunday family dinners sometimes. Prep and cook times are approximate.
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** Poppy **
A very easy and tasty dish!
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Veal Scaloppine with Avocado recipe. Ready In: 50 min. Makes 6 to 8 servings servings 759 per serving Ingredients: veal, salt, black pepper, flour, all-purpose, oregano, butter, olive oil, vermouth, chicken broth, lemon juice, parsley leaves, avocado
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Warm up your winter with this savory dish that will have you licking your lips after every bite.
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Veal Scaloppine with Lemon recipe. Ready In: 1 hr Makes 6 servings 258 per serving Ingredients: veal scaloppine, flour, all-purpose, olive oil, butter, parsley leaves, lemons
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Veal Scaloppine with Marsala recipe. Ready In: 25 min. Makes 2 servings 442 per serving Ingredients: veal scaloppine, flour, all-purpose, salt, black pepper, butter, olive oil, marsala wine
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www.epicurean.com
Pound very thin veal cutlets thinner between 2 pieces of wax paper with flat side of mallet or cleaver. Beat egg with salt and pepper. Dip cutlets in egg, then in bread or cracker crumbs. Saute slowly in butter until delicate brown. Arrange in ...
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Modenaceti Veal Scaloppine recipe. Ready In: 30 min. Makes servings 834 per serving Ingredients: butter, olive oil, veal cutlets, flour, all-purpose, balsamic vinegar, chicken broth
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PR Princess
Veal or chicken sauteed in butter accompanied by fresh green beans, tomates and rosemary. I use chicken for this dish and cut it into bite size pieces. Also, quality vine ripened tomatoes are best or consider using diced canned tomatoes. Hot-house tomatoes tend to taste bitter when cooked. We also use a bit more rosemary and grated, not shaved, parmasan. Serve over penne pasta tossed with a bit of garlic powder, pinch of parmasan cheese and olive oil. (Recipe courtesy of Olive Garden.com)
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Joan Macht of Manistee, Michigan, writes: "My wedding shower was held at the Blue Slipper Bistro in Onekama, Michigan. For dinner I had the veal scaloppine saltimbocca, and now I want to make it for my new husband. Will you ask owner Cheryl Kissel for the recipe? The word saltimbocca in this classic Italian recipe means "jumps in your mouth," because of the great combination of flavors. The addition of herbes de Provence gives this version a bit of a French accent.
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