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Like everything else at D’Artagnan, our veal calves are raised humanely to produce the best flavor. These exceptionally tender, milk-fed veal chops are a cinch to prepare and make an elegant presentation on the plate.
The result is a superior-quality meat that is extremely flavorful and pale pink in color. Veal is lower in fat and calories than beef, but still contains all the vitamins that beef offers. Comparably as lean as chicken or pork, but still very tender, veal is a staple in classic French and Italian cuisine.
Serve these juicy, flavorful veal chops for special occasions when you want to impress your guests or for a quick and simple meal when you just want to treat yourself to something really delicious! Try a simple one-pan recipe with mustard and cream sauce to complement the tender veal chops.
"This is one-skillet cooking, French-style. Veal chops are cooked stovetop. Mustard and cream make a quick pan sauce."
"This delicious (and surprisingly easy) veal dish by blogger, Deana Sidney, was adapted from the 1907 Ali-Bab cookbook, Gastronomie Practique. "