Tired of the same old same old? Want something new for dinner? This meal is a game changer. I know what veal is. Generally it’s not used in my household. But I could not resist this recipe. It met all the criteria for “different” when I wanted to make something new. I prepared it for the Grandmother-in-law and she was floored! You will be too! I served this with a salad and potato skins.
This was absolutely delicious. The veal was cooked perfectly. The marinade left a lovely crust where it caramelized, and the meat had a delicate flavour that hinted at steak, but the citrus from the marinade gave it a sweeter cast. This is certainly going to be made again. I am also going to give the sauce and marinade a try on fish and chicken too. Now don’t get me wrong. Veal is not something that you can get every day. This meal was a tad on the expensive side, but definitely a lot less expensive than going to a restaurant for the same thing. The three 1 inch thick chops were $41.o0 CAD. We purchased them from a fantastic butcher who sliced them fresh that very moment. If you were to go to the Keg or Houstons, the same meal for one person would have cost approximately the same.
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Marinated For Good Measure
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So good it's spooky!
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