Recipe by COOKINGQUEEN75
"A quick, delicious entree that is sure to impress any guest, and so easy to throw together. Serve with a side of pasta and they'll think they're in Italy!"
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olive oil, divided
portobello mushroom, sliced
1 1/2 cups
1 1/2 teaspoons
fresh rosemary, chopped
Outstanding - as fine as what I had in Rome with fond memories! Couldn't help but put my own spin on this by dredging the chops in flour before browning them, adding fresh sage and minced garlic as well as the rosemary, and using white wine rather than red. Also, not wanting to make a trip to the grocery store for one portobello mushroom, I substituted dried porcini mushrooms. I served this with "Risotto alla Milanese," also from this site. Simply memorable!
Very Bland. My husband did not like this tasteless dish at all.
Two words...Classy & Elegant!!! I found a bargain on veal chops at the local grocer, and couldn't wait to try this recipe. I feel that this recipe works perfectly for veal and maybe pork chops, but NOT on any form of steak. The rosemary gives the veal/sauce a nice woody/earthy flavor that could only be pulled off on veal or pork. The flavor would be lost to a steak or red meat of any kind. We served it with garlic herb potato wedges, and my husband was in heaven!!!!
This recipe is fabulous just as it is. I have also modified the recipe by stuffing the Veal Chop with proccuetto, asiago cheese, and mozzerella. My friends and family loved it, made both ways.
This was by far an incredible dish and easy to make in a short time. I did make changes and take suggestions of others. I dip the chops in flour that I zipped up with salt, pepper, & garlic powder. As I browned the chops ( in a out 3tbl butter & oil) I added scallions, onions, mushrooms, fresh Rosemary, black pepper & dried sage. Added white cooking wine & chicken broth. I also added 3 to 4 cloves of smashed garlic for flavor. Put in the oven at 350 for about 35 minutes in my Dutch oven pan and served with couscous. Amazing dish with gourmet flavors.
Fabulous! and Easy
NOT BLAND AT ALL---EXCELLENT-JUST FOLLOW THE RECIPE---WOULD GIVE IT 6 STARS--gnfshn4
Wasn't sure if this would be a big hit, but it was at our house. It was so delicious! Thought I was at a fancy restaurant eating at a gourmet italian restaurant. We used pretty thick white veal loin chops and the rest of the recipe did not need much tweaking. I added a pinch sage and that was about it. I didn't put garlic in it as I didn't want to compromise the taste with the rosemary and red wine. Let me tell you I'll be inviting all my picky friends to dinner for this fine meal real soon. Thank you for posting it here. Yum Yum!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Veal Chop with Portabello Mushrooms
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 406
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