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I used a bit more butter as I had to brown the veal in two batches. I found the sauce was thin too so I added a slurry of 1 tbsp cornstarch and that thickened it up just right. I think that garlic would be a nice addition in step 2 and I would even add more paprika next time. Thanks for the recipe!

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mums the word October 15, 2012

Excellent recipe! I was out of paprika and substituted a teaspoon of pork rub. Yummy!!!

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I'll try anything once November 12, 2008

Wonderful recipe! Have made it several times and it is great each time. Have used prociutto in place of the bacon and added more oil or butter to the pan to brown the meat if needed. Normally I serve over buttered noodles. You can't go wrong with this dish and it is just so easy to make! Would be great for entertaining too!

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Dancingpastrychef July 17, 2006

The flavor of this was outstanding, but the sauce was too thin. If I cook this again, I think I'll try simmering it on the stove top, rather than baking it, to reduce the broth and add the sour cream at the very end.

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Cluich October 17, 2005

We loved this recipe! It worked so well with cubed round steak, it was equally delicious made with chicken breasts! Served this with garden fresh potatoes, made for a wonderful supper. This one is a keeper!

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Gerry August 30, 2005
Hungarian Veal Stew