Made this piccata pretty much as set out in the recipe. Cheated a little and added a tablespoon of butter to the sauce. I thought it was a little heavy on the breading. I usually just use flouring for the veal. My husband loved it. We thought the sauce better than the usual heavier thicken sauces.
jovinaskitchen Posted: 06/29/10
recipegal722 Posted: 07/28/09
looks and sounds good. it's simple and easy. I might try panko bread crumbs instead of the italian one. can't wait to try this...
KristinBaby Posted: 06/29/10
This is one of my favorites, and in my collection of weeknight dinners. I serve it exactly as pictured, with mashed sweet potatoes and green beans. SO quick and easy, and so delicious!
JoshyStevenson Posted: 06/28/10
Really love to have it
BabyCook Posted: 06/30/10
This might be good if it weren't made of veal. I don't like the flavor of suffering.
Solewater Posted: 07/15/10
This was my first time serving veal to my family and this was a hit with everyone. The crust was perfect and the sauce was just as good. I will absolutely make this again and serve to dinner guests. My fiancÃ© loved it and bragged to all his co-workers about what an excellent cook I am.
nicccolettte Posted: 02/20/12
Just made this tonight and it was great. I little time consuming and messy, but worth it. I also had to add a little bit more oil to the pan so the veal would brown. I served it with the soft polenta recipe from CL.
LDMVJJV Posted: 10/01/12
Delicious. Tried this as written, served over capellini with a side of green beans, and loved it. My husband, who doesn't love veal as much as other proteins, raved about it. Definitely a favorite! The video, while unnecessary, is a nice double-check for a beginner such as myself!
seaside725 Posted: 06/16/14
We thought this was pretty good. It definitely was a quick easy meal to make, but I'd rather have my veal with tomato sauce, so it wasn't one of my favorite recipes. I served it with the green beans and mashed potatoes.