Devon Rose Veal Schnitzel

I’ve been really getting back into Veal in a big way recently, no longer is it a no-go, this was so local, I popped over the road to my friends at Pitmans Farm and they gave me a couple of wonderful Devon Rose Veal escalopes, these absolutely had to be Schnitzel…

I took each escalope and placed a sheet of clingfilm on either side, before battering it severely with a meat hammer to flatten it out.

I then made up three bowls, the first with seasoned flour, the second with a whisked up egg, and the third with some panko breadcrumbs. I started warming a large frying pan to a medium heat with a few mm of rapeseed oil in the bottom.

The escalopes  were dipped into the flour, then into the egg, and finally into the breadcrumbs before going into the pan. Cook until brown 3-4 minutes and flip over to  brown the other side.

I served mine with a slice of lemon on top, some chopped and whole caperberries, some zingy sorrel leaves and buttered new potatoes and a glass of Chilean Carmenere.

 

4 responses to this post.

  1. Much better looking than the one I had in Strasbourg.

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  2. OH veal…. I love veal. I had a local veal entrecote steak when I was in Avila, Spain recently… it was divine.

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  3. Excellent – we should all eat more veal!

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  4. Posted by Jenny Eatwell on September 2, 2012 at 12:11 pm

    You rotter! I was looking forward to lunchtime until I read this – now I’m lusting after schnitzels! Mind you – I’ve two packs of veal escalopes in the freezer just waiting to be schitzeled …. lol British Rose Veal is one of the best food discoveries I have made this year, I reckon.

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