Roast Veal Recipe
For people who love roasting, the choice is always to go with roast veal for a wonderful roasting and dining experience. Take any other piece of meat and it will pale in comparison. So just what makes this particular cut of meat a popular favourite?
Simple Yet Tasty
Veal is a meat that comes from young cattle, making this kind of meat both tasty and tender. By itself roast veal is already a delicious dish. Rub some salt and pepper on your veal and maybe a couple of cloves of garlic and you’ll end up with a pretty tasty veal roast. Add some more pizzazz and flair and you’ll end up with one big reason why your in-laws will want to stay.
Quick and Easy
And since veal isn’t as tough as meat that comes from older animals or heavier animals, cooking time is pretty short. It’s one of the reasons why veal roast is very popular. You have to be careful not to overcook the meat as your veal will end up dry and chewy. Just be particularly conscious about the amount of time it takes to roast your veal and you will be all set.
Roast veal nut with whole garlic cloves
If you want a veal recipe that is pretty easy to make, this is definitely it. You should be careful when cooking this cut though, since it comes from the leg, which makes it pretty lean and delicate in flavour.
Another thing that you have to remember is to make sure that you let the veal roast rest before serving it. Letting the veal roast rest will give the juices inside ample time to redistribute. Letting the roast veal rest also gives the meat the time to relax. As a result, you will be serving tastier and meat that is tender.
- 1 750 – 1.2 kg veal nut
- 30 garlic cloves
- Extra virgin olive oil
- Salt and pepper
- Have your butcher prep your veal nut. It should be enough for 3-4 people.
- Peel all of your garlic cloves
- Preheat the oven to 220 degrees Celsius.
- Take your olive oil and rub your veal nut and season with salt and pepper.
- Afterwards, sprinkle with fresh rosemary leaves. Make sure the leaves stick to the veal nut.
- Place in a roasting tray and put in oven.
- Wait for ten minutes, then add garlic around the roast.
- Mix with a spoon and make sure that garlic is well coated by the juices that come from the cooking veal.
- Roast for another 15-20 minutes to completely cook the veal.
- Remove from oven and let rest.
- Wait for about ten minutes, then slice and serve.
We at Butcherman, Your Online Butcher for gourmet meats in Sydney, hope that you find this recipe useful.