Dust veal with flour, season with salt and pepper. Sauté for just a couple of minutes on each side, not eight minutes! Veal cooks quickly - do NOT overcook, the most important criteria, in my opinion, for Veal Marsala, or any veal dish for that matter. Set veal aside on a platter and keep warm. Add a little more butter and olive oil to pan and sauté mushrooms, some shallots if you like, and minced garlic for 4-5 minutes, not ten! Add about a cup each of chicken broth and REAL Marsala (NEVER cooking wine as directed, and certainly no water!) and cook until it is reduced by about two-thirds. Swirl in a dab of butter at the end, off heat, for a velvety rich, luxurious, glossy sauce. Return the veal to the pan just for a minute or so to ensure everything is heated through. An easy to make and impressive, classic dish, but as written this recipe needs some work. A dish is only as good as the ingredients you use and if it is cooked properly.
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Dust veal with flour, season with salt and pepper. Sauté for just a couple of minutes on...