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Rolled Veal with Ham and Cheese

Simple recipe with a short ingredient list: juicy veal with prosciutto and cheese is the best!

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Looking for an interesting way to get your family to eat a bit more animal-based protein? Often, cooking meat can involve long recipe steps, with even longer times allotted to cooking to ensure a soft, delicious dish.
The Mamablip chef staff has come up with yet another quick, simple way to present your loved ones with a gratifying, flavorful Italian veal recipe that satisfies any appetite, as long as meat's involved.

A simple yet contemporary recipe for using soft veal cutlets, the combination of Prosciutto ham and smoked cheese, I'd recommend using either a smoked Scamorza or Provolone cheese for maximum smokiness and cheesy depth, your efforts in the kitchen to pull together a savory Italian dish will be rewarded when your Rolled Veal with Ham and Cheese gets scarfed down at lightening-speed!

Leftovers are unlikely with this one, alas! Following in the best Italian traditional of involtini, or wrapped meat dishes not unlike Rollatini, I'm positive you'll meet with hearty satisfaction across the board when you prepare this tasty Italian veal recipe.

Simple and with a short ingredient list, why not give it try today? And if you're curious about other wonderful classic Italian cured meats, be sure to check out the Mamablip article on Cured Meats to get a bit more insight into this most delicious of Italian ingredients!

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10 total time (min)

20 cooking time (min.)


7 ingredients


640 kCal


2 steps to complete the preparation

Ingredients

for 4 servings

Rolled Veal with Ham and Cheese Ingredients

  • Veal cutlets 4
  • Boiled Ham 100 grams
  • Scamorza cheese 100 grams
  • Sage (Leaves) 4 cup
  • Extra-virgin olive oil 5 table-spoon
  • Fresh mixed herbs 2 table-spoon
  • Black Pepper as needed

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Preparation

for 4 servings

Step

1

Of 2

Prepare the Rolled Veal

Lay each piece of meat out flat, and create on each piece a layer of boiled ham, and another layer of cheese. Be sure  to divide the ingredients for the filling evenly amongst each cutlet. 

Roll each cutlet up, beginning from the most narrow point and rolling up the entire cutlet. Seal each edge (and border)  with either a toothpick or tie with kitchen string. On top of the upper end, place a sage leaf, and keep in place with  another toothpick.  


 

Step

2

Of 2

Cook the Rolled Veal

Heat the olive oil in a large frying pan, and when heated through, add the rolled cutlets. Dust with the mixed roasting  herbs, and let the meat brown evenly on each side. Be sure to turn pieces often to avoid filling from draining out, and  preventing the meat from cooking too much.
Add a few tablespoons of hot water to avoid cooking down the oil  excessively. Allow to cook, covered, until meat has cooked through. When the cooking is completed, season with  freshly ground black pepper, and serve with the cooking sauce in the pan.
Garnish with additional sage leaves.  Serve hot. 


 

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