Veal chops in grape sauce. Delicious and easy recipe
The festive season, which follows the harvest season, is prone to the consumption of grapes. It is quite logical since we can then have access to a greater variety and quality of them. The use of this fruit is not so common in preparations of include meat, so today we will try to move schemes with something different.
Today I propose this recipe for veal chops in grape sauce for which we will use both fresh grapes and raisins. The first ones will be dark while I chose some raisins from the sultana category, that is, those that are light. It seems to me that it has a more discreet flavor that will go better with what I seek in this preparation.
IngredientsFor 2 persons
- Veal cutlet 2
- Red grapes 12
- Sultanas raisins 50 g
- Crème fraîche 45 g
- White onion 40 g
- Butter 15 g
- Sunflower oil 15 g
- Fresh thyme sprig 1
- Ground black pepper
How to make veal chops in grape sauceDifficulty: easy
- Total time 30 m
- Elaboration 10 m
- Cooking 20 m
To start this recipe we are going to chop the onion and cut the grapes in two, removing the seeds if necessary. We put the butter to melt together with the oil in a rather large skillet. We immediately seal the chops for about three minutes on both sides over high heat. We remove the meat from the pan and reserve.
In the same skillet of the meat, and without cleaning it, add another tablespoon of butter to fry the onion first, over medium low heat, for about three minutes. Immediately add the grapes, raisins and cream. Season with the thyme sprig, salt and pepper. Stir and leave on low heat for about five minutes. We place the chops in a refractory and pour the grape preparation that we have just made. Bake for 15 to 18 minutes, at 180ºC.
With what to accompany the veal chops in grape sauce
Veal chops in grape sauce is a good hot alternative that you can enjoy with garlic and onion potatoes, pasta or any other garnish that you like the most. A glass of red wine would be the best combination to accompany this meat as well as a dark beer.
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