How to Make a Herb Breaded Veal Chop

This recipe is designed for meat lovers since it is a delicious veal cutlet that due to its characteristics is suitable for those who are willing to leave aside dietary considerations. The consumption of red meat has been questioned in some cases. Beyond the good or bad of eating red meat, the best recommendation we could make is to eat it in moderation, like any other food.

Today I propose that we make this veal cutlet breaded with fine herbs that brings together a juicy and smooth texture of the meat with a crispy exterior that will give you pleasant sensations. The preparation is very simple for a result that will allow you to show off with your family or your friends. Without further introduction I invite you to prepare this meat.


For 1 units
  • Veal cutlet 1
  • Bread crumbs 50 g
  • Egg 1
  • Fine Herbs (one tablespoon) 5 g
  • Sunflower oil for frying
  • Salt
  • Ground black pepper

How to make veal chop breaded with fine herbs

Difficulty: easy
  • Total time 20 m
  • Elaboration 5m
  • Cooking 15 m

To start we are going to season the veal cutlet on both sides. Let it rest for a few minutes. Meanwhile we are going to mix the breadcrumbs with the fine herbs. Then we beat the egg until it foams lightly. Now we are going to place the cutlet in the beaten egg and leave it for about five minutes.

We heat plenty of oil in a frying pan. We pass the cutlet through the breadcrumb mixture. We go through the egg and breadcrumbs again to give it double coverage. We fry about five minutes on both sides so that it is well browned. We remove from the pan to place it on a baking sheet. To finish cooking we bake it for 10 to 12 minutes at 170ºC. We remove from the oven and taste immediately.

What to accompany the breaded veal cutlet with fine herbs

This breaded veal cutlet with fine herbs is perfect for a meal full of intense emotions with delicious and tasty meat that you can enjoy with fried potatoes, rice or grilled vegetables. Also I recommend serving it with a glass of red wine or a cold beer.

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