Veal is very young beef; and, for that reason, it is high with vitamin B. This vitamin is essential for energy and healthy metabolism. Other than vitamin B, veal is a rich source of vitamin B-12, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, and pantothenic acid. People who like to consume beef on regular basis can easily switch to a smarter and healthy choice with veal.
For this dish, you will need: 1-2 lbs of boneless veal (as much as you think your guests will eat), dried bread crumbs, beef stock, jarred roasted red peppers, onion, jarred capers and angel hair pasta.
To begin, pound the veal cutlets with a meat tenderizing hammer. Next, pat the veal with herb infused bread crumbs, sprinkle with garlic powder and saute in a blend of olive oil and creamy butter; browning each cutlet on both sides.
Next, saute in olive oil, diced jarred roasted red pepper (optional) and fresh chopped onion in a separate skillet; once browned add to the veal. Lastly, pour in as much as you like of the jarred capers and 1/2 cup of beef stock. Let this simmer covered on low heat while you prepare an angel hair pasta.
~ Tutti a Tavola!