Okay people, it’s mid-January and it is foggy and rainy where I am… BTW that is the SNOW BELT… so needless to say I am feeling a little depressed. I want to pamper myself on days like today. What better way to do that than with a succulent veal chop over a bed of pasta with a beautiful and creamy mushroom sauce. Typically on a day like this, I go for brightly coloured dishes, fresh veggies and what not, but not today. Today we shall dine on luxury. And you can too.
Like I said, luxurious. And you can change this recipe to suit your needs. Preferred mushrooms, preferred meat, preferred pasta, or even better, whatever you had on hand. Another luxurious thing would be to add caramelized onions and peppers to this recipe. On top or in the sauce. …OHHH does anyone have some truffles???
What is your favourite “luxurious” recipe? I would love to hear about it.
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