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    [Cover photo by PaulaG.] Hurry up! Try these lamb chop and pork chop and veal chop recipes!
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    If you like veal chops that will wake up your taste buds with the great flavors of a lot of your favorite herbs, then you will love this recipe! I cook the veal chops on my charcoal grill over indirect heat so they don't have a tendency to dry out. With a baked potato and a nice green salad, this will definitely impress your guests!

    Recipe #217484

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Recipe courtesy Sandra Lee

    Recipe #252200

    From a local grocery store flier. Note: Don't overcook veal, veal is best enjoyed pink! Prep time includes marinating time.

    Recipe #328850

    Another delicious recipe from my Williams-Sonoma "Steak and Chops" cookbook. DH and I found this to be wonderfully spicy. We used baby portabellas for the mushrooms instead of white and it worked well in the dish. Prep time includes the at least 15 minutes of letting meat stand at room temp.

    Recipe #331759

    The buttery and creamy taste of avocado complements the delicate flavor of veal chops in this recipe. It makes a wonderful dinner to serve for special occasions.

    Recipe #332325

    Milan, Italy style veal chops or pork chops, if they are easier to purchase.

    Recipe #365484

    Simple. 4 ingredients (excluding s/p). Delicious. One of those recipes that make you remember what food is meant to be.

    Recipe #385574

    Pierre Franey was so great. Thanks to "60-minute Gourmet," you could work late and still get your guy. Here, he has reproduced one of the classical dishes of French cuisine in 60 minutes. Peas would be a compatible side dish.

    Recipe #385604

    I found this on the internet and Russell cooked it tonight for a special dinner for the two of us. Veal chops are almost my favourite meat, and I have beautiful sage in the garden right now. I have to admit we didn't do the bit about frying the sage leaves for garnish, but it was still wonderful over creamy mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #140132

    1 Reviews |  By MacChef

    This is a recipe that I developed after my husband visited Prague and had this dish in a pub... 3 nights in a row. If you are looking for EASY, but fancy this dish is the ticket. Serve with roasted garlic and rosemary potatoes. Recipe can easily be doubled. If you have difficulty finding chops, use scallopini instead with equally good result.

    Recipe #154782

    This is so tasty, serve it with simple side dishes, like rice, or salads with simple vinaigrettes. This is always great for a dinner party

    Recipe #182746

    This is a wonderful veal dish. It doesn't take very long to make.

    Recipe #34625

    A favourite recipe of mine from LCBO Food and Drink, Autumn 2000. The Madeira brings out the sweetness of the parsnips and complements the mildly flavoured veal. This recipe is easily reduced to make a meal for 2 or 4 people. Serve with a green vegetable or salad. Veal chops are usually large enough to consider one portion per person. With other accompaniments, this course is sensible and does not allow for discomfort from overeating. I served this recipe as a main course, Christmas dinner, and it was a welcome change from the traditional turkey, ham, etc. The first two courses were lime sorbet and a sherried beef broth with sauteed scallion stems. Dessert was a mixture of berries and flavoured whipped cream followed by a tray of mixed cheeses. Selected wines could be a fine old Madeira; Valpolicella; or your favourite Chardonnay.

    Recipe #60591

    I found this delicious recipe in the Chicago Sun-Times.

    Recipe #63974

    3 Reviews |  By Zurie

    This is my sister Annalie's recipe, and I have her permission to post it! LOL! She says: "This is simple and tasty. I think the sauce will go well with chicken too. My husband and I love hot food, so feel free to leave out the chili flakes or use less."

    Recipe #393867

    This recipe came from my grandmother. Wonderful! it was always a favorite of mine as a child.

    Recipe #106313

    82 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    I make this for my family on a regular basis. It has a wonderful flavor and the pork chops are always tender! I found the recipe in a Taste of Home Magazine .

    Recipe #28208

    Glaze is good on chicken, too. Try it on the grill!

    Recipe #217886

    4 Reviews |  By katia

    This is a recipe that a friend of mine makes and she said that she found it when she was living in New Orleans. I guess that it's Southern USA Cooking!

    Recipe #169543

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