Veal Parmesan

READY IN: 45mins
Recipe by Shelly Goodman Wrig

My husband picked up veal on sale and I wasn't sure what to do with it. My hubby suggested making veal parmesan, so I decided I would just make it like chicken parmesan. Funny thing was, I was out of bread crumbs, but had some french bread sitting around going stale. First time I made my own bread crumbs and it made the dish even better. I make it now at least twice a month or more.

Top Review by WoWMommy

For Father's Day I wanted to surprise my husband with Veal Parmesan and came across this recipe and tried it. I even made my own bread crumbs (which i have done several times in the past but never with french bread) it made all the difference in the world I simply buttered the french bread and toasted it like normal and then made crumbs by tossing cut up pieces into my Cusinart Food Processor and WOW ! Hubby ended up loving it and wanting seconds! I served a simple garden salad along with toasted garlic bread ( I sliced loaf of french bread in half and used half for crumbs and other half for toasting for nice hot fresh garlic bread on the side to compliment this dish) I finished it with serving my homemade Cherry Crumb Pie which is his fav. Thank you for the great recipe for Veal Parmesan :)

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Toast French Bread in the oven or toaster oven until light brown.
  2. Process toasted bread in either a blender or food processor until finely crumbled; add parmesan, paprika, Italian seasoning, salt and pepper.
  3. In separate bowl combine egg and milk; mix well.
  4. Dredge veal in egg mixture and then in breading.
  5. Drop into the oil (on medium heat) and fry for 5-6 minutes, or until done to likeness.
  6. Let drain on paper towels until all the veal is cooked.
  7. Place in baking dish, sprinkle with cheese, and put in oven on a low setting until the cheese is melted or your ready to eat.
  8. Combine spaghetti sauce, tomato sauce, bay leaf and Italian seasoning and simmer.
  9. Cook spaghetti as directed.

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