Ava Grace's Closet: Things my M.I.L. Taught Me ~ Week 3

Monday, November 28, 2011

Things my M.I.L. Taught Me ~ Week 3

If you've been following along the last few week's...you will now be able to prepare a full {and fabulous} italian dinner that is sure to impress your own mother.in.law
Today's entree is one of my son's favorites. 
For good reason.

Veal Parmigiano (veal parmesan)
Ingredients:
thinly sliced veal cutlets (I use 8-10 slices for my family of 4)
bread crumbs
2 whole eggs
grated parmigiano cheese
grated mozzarella cheese
1 batch of Rita's sugo 
In a bowl, beat two eggs with one tablespoon of grated parmesan cheese.
Prepare bread crumbs. (I always lay them on aluminum foil for easy clean-up)
Salt and pepper the cutlets to taste.
One by one, dip the veal into the egg mixture and then into the bread crumbs until all of the veal is prepared.
At this point, you have 2 options. 
a. fry the veal for approximately 2-3 minutes (max) per side in canola oil over medium heat.
b. drizzle olive oil on both sides of the meat and bake in a 375 degree oven for approximately 7-8 minutes turning over at halfway mark.
(in an effort to fry less.bake more - I opt for option b most times. That said, option a {and anything fried for that matter} will almost always sadly be tastier)
Once cooked, layer each slice with a good amount of sugo and some grated mozzarella cheese.
Place in oven on broil until cheese is melted.
I served mine with a radicchio salad this evening.The bitter flavor of this leaf offsets the meat very nicely. Sauteed spinach would be lovely as well.
Buon Appetito!

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8 comments :

  1. I love these posts. There is so much love passed down through recipes.

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  2. I am sure it tastes fab! I am hungry now and haven't started preparing dinner yet!!
    ~Anne

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  3. This takes me right back to Italia! Mangia, Bella!

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  4. Yum! I wish we could swap MIL's!

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  5. Wow, that looks amazing! All my MIL's recipes are too complicated (like a 10 layer cake) so I don't follow anything she gives me :(
    Jody

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  6. YUM. It looks delicious! I made an amazing veal dish last month but them chickened out on posting it becasue I din't want people to be upset. Some get so touchy aboout the subject. WE are meat eaters all the way in our house so anything goes. This looks to die for:) Thanks for sharing

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  7. Looks good! I really need to start printing out recipes I see on blogs and start accumulating some great meals to try out!

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