I found another packet of veal cutlets from Costco that I had bought a while ago. I usually divide up the whole package into 3 or 4 smaller portion ones and then use them as I uncover them in my freezer. I didn’t want to make Veal Parm, just didn’t want to deal with the breading, so I saw some red grapes in fridge and exclaimed “aha”! Veronique!
I washed and halved the red grapes and sliced some nice shallots
I floured and egg washed my cutlets, after I gave them a good “whack” with a rolling pin to tenderize them. I was also caramelizing the shallots at the same time. Once a multitasker, always a multitasker. Into the pan with the cutlets to brown them.
Once the cutlets are browned ( a la Francaise) I remove them and set aside. Then I deglazed the pan with this nice dessert wine, which is nice and raisiny tasting. Just right to go with the grapes. I get it every so often in my wine shipment so have more than a little to spare.
I swirled it all around and added about a cup of chicken stock, the grapes, about 2 Tbsp of dried tarragon and about 2 Tbsp of flour and whisked it up.
Et voila! Veronique!
I served over a little spaghetti with a side salad, but it also goes great with roasted potatoes! Enjoy!