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Veal Scaloppine Marsala Linguine Recipe




One of my dad's favorite meats was veal. We didn't have it often and it was only served on special occasions.  Around Easter time especially we would have sauteed veal and eggs
on Palm Sunday. This dish is a traditional sauce with sauteed veal over linguine.

Veal  Scaloppine Marsala Linguine Recipe
1 lb  mushrooms
2 tablespoons oil
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
1 lb veal scallopine medallion filet's (about 1/8 Inch
thick.)
1 1/2  cups chicken broth
1 1/4 cups Marsala wine
1/4 cup heavy cream
2 tablespoons tomato paste

Seasoned Flour:
In a large plastic bag mix together
1 cup flour
1/2 teaspoon  each garlic powder, oregano, parsley
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper, black pepper, salt
1 tablespoon Romano grating cheese

1 lb  cooked pasta of your choice, pictured is linguine

Place the seasoned flour in a plastic bag with spices and herbs, add the veal, shake until they are well coated. Set aside.

 In a large skillet, heat the oil and butter until hot. Add the mushrooms and cook until golden brown, add more butter or oil if too dry. Remove to a baking dish.
 Fry the Veal in the skillet one minute per side. Place in the dish with the mushrooms.
 Add the Marsala wine, and deglaze, scraping up any browned bits from the bottom.
Add the chicken broth and tomato paste cook until the sauce has reduced and thickened.
 Stir in the cream and return the mushroom and veal to the pan to reheat.

Serve over cooked pasta of choice with more grating cheese sprinkle with parsley and serve.

Note: For those of you that won't eat Veal substitute Chicken or even Turkey medallion's.

32 comments:

  1. I love scaloppine, here in Rome they're very popular! I'm following you from Rome! Great recipes on your blog!

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  2. This pasta is very tasty and rich. I love mushrooms. Bye, have a good day

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  3. I never find veal where I shop; chicken has to sub. But I'm sure the mushrooms and marsala would perk up even plain ol' chicken! WOnderful combination.

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  4. This looks packed full of flavor...yum!

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  5. You know, it's been so long since I've eaten veal. I might just have to give this one a try.

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  6. Oh MY! There's some serious deliciousness going on here!

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  7. Looks wonderful! I love the addition of the cream in there and I love veal :)

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  8. Buone e saporite!! Splendide ricette come sempre!! Un abbraccio e buonissima serata

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  9. this looks colourful wonderfully done

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  10. Oh I so adore this dish and haven't made it in ages. That creamy Marsala mushroom sauce just sings and you did it beautfully!

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  11. This looks delicious! I don't usually add tomato paste or cream to mine, but will definitely do so next time I make this dish. I'm sure it makes a wonderful sauce.

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  12. I've never been a marsala wine person, but this may just change my mind!

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  13. Wow, this recipe looks terrific. Only problem, veal is never available around here. I know you can substitute chicken or turkey but it is not the same. But it is better than nothing.
    Lovely post, Thank You.

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  14. Just the name has my mouth watering! This is beyond delicious Claudia! I love it. xoxo

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  15. I love pasta dishes. That looks so good!

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  16. I have ordered veal scallopine several times at restaurants, but have always viewed this as difficult to make. However, your recipe has proved that to be a myth. Thanks for sharing a more simplified version of this great italian dish.

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  17. The veal scaloppine looks so tempting! A really mouthwatering click!

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  18. You said pasta with heavy cream and Marsala wine - wow I love it! Great combination of flavors :)

    Cheers,

    Gera

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  19. Scallopine sounds amazing, especially when you put the mushroom with marsala! I really appreciate your blog.

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  20. Hi Claudia, Wonderful twist here that beckons me to give it a run in my kitchen. Thank you for sharing the recipe!

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  21. Mushroom Marsala Linguine is one of my favorites. I usally make a Chicken Mushroom Marsala Linguine, but this Veal Mushroom Marsala Linguine sounds wonderful! I'll have to save it!

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  22. This is my kind of food!!! Love it. Have a wonderful and blessed weekend my friend. Blessings, Catherine xo

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  23. I haven't had veal scallopene in ages, marsala wine, and the baby bellas must really give it an amazing flavor.
    Thanks for sharing, Claudia!
    xoxo

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  24. Veal marsala is one of my husband's favorites, I love your recipe with the mushrooms!

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  25. Wow, what a meal!! I do love veal with a side of some great pasta... this looks amazing!

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  26. Here in Italy we often cook scallopines with marsala, your recipe seems very tasty!
    And it's original to serve them on a "bed" of linguine!
    Brava!!! :-)

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  27. I love marsala! Mushroom and marsala go so well together. This looks like a fabulous dinner!

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  28. Oh my goodness, Claudia. Marsala and mushrooms...so incredibly drool-worthy! A keeper in my recipes files!

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  29. This recipe looks terrific! Restaurant worthy!! Can't wait to give it a try.

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