Veal Piccata Recipe | Saveur Magazine (“Everyone loved it, including the kiddos.” “Perfect.” “As good as any restaurant veal piccata that I’ve ever had.” “Quick and easy.” “My new go-to recipe for piccata.” That’s what folks are saying about this recipe.)
Wienerschnitzel ♥ I also made this one today...I used pork...not veal....it is like making a huge pork chop....beat it down....spice it up with Italian seasoned bread crumbs....fry...and bake....Yum..Yum...July 13/13....Josie Munro
Marsala wine is produced in Marsala, Sicily. This wine is fortified, much like port wine, to ensure it lasts long sea voyages. It is still made that way because of its popularity in international markets. Marsala is made with a number of grape varietals, including Catarratto, Grillo, and Inzolia.
This is a gem from my mother's notebook of Nonna Mary's recipes. I remember Nonna Mary serving these tomatoes along with assorted grilled meats during the summer in Cesenatico. They are also a perfect accompaniment to veal cutlets, and together they make a great sandwich, one of my favorite lunches that my mother would pack for me to take to school.
Chicken Katsu (Fried Chicken Cutlet): (Japanese fried chicken cutlet) that is sure to please. I can assure you that even the pickiest eaters, including toddlers, love a piece of crispy, light, delicious fried chicken coated with a generous layer of panko.