With a reputation for being uber-rich and creamy, it's almost too filling for being merely and appetizer. This version retains the creamy reputation, but by using fresh mushroom stock and only a splash of cream in the sauce, this is a touch lighter. Don't worry, it still packs lots of hearty mushroom flavor.
Milanese-style cutlets are simple and elegant when served on a bed of lightly dressed arugula leaves. Veal cutlets are perhaps the most well known, but any tender meat can be pounded into thin cutlets. For this recipe you can substitute boneless beef sirloin, pork loin, or chicken breast.