Cordon bleu is a french recipe that is typically made with veal meat but chicken meat or pork meat can also be used for this recipe and it will still come out good
Le cordon bleu (the blue ribbon) is a term that came to mean an outstanding cook in French. In that sense it is now outdated. It is also the name of a recipe for a veal scallop stuffed with a slice of ham and hard cheese, breaded on the outside.
He has many favorites and osme of them include: Gnocchi alla Gorgonzola, Veal Cordon Bleu, Wiener Schnitzel,and Zurich Geschnetzeltes.
Where does a veal shank come from
The difference is veal does not come from sheep
the animals they come from...veal is from calfs
The part of the calf that veal chops come from is the hind quarter. Veal chops have a T shaped bone, a tenderloin and a large eye.
No, it can't.
Veal does not come from bulls, nor cows. Veal is the meat from young calves, be they steer calves, bull calves or heifer calves. NEVER bulls or cows.
No, pork is the meat of a pig, veal is the meat of a young cow (or young bull).
Veal does not come from any part of a cow. Veal is the meat from dairy bull calves that are not needed in dairy production and are sent either for slaughter or to be fed a special feed prior to slaughter.
Yes, though most types of veal come from calves being slaughtered between 18-26 weeks old. There is an English veal called "Rose Veal" that comes from calves slaughtered at 35 weeks.
Veal comes from calves (young bovines) that are less than 3 months of age.
Veal steaks are steaks that come from young calves (between the ages of 1 to 9 weeks) that have been butchered for meat.
veal chops veal tenerloin veal shanks osso bucco veal top round for medallions veal sweetbreads...mmm
A pie with veal
Get a veal and cook it
"Veal" in English is vitello in Italian.
From Germany, it is a slice of thin meat, especially veal
No, veal is meat from a calf.
Veal is beef.
No, veal is calf meat.
Veal is meat from young calves.
The french word for veal is veaul