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I want to make a stuffed veal roast. What cut of meat should I use?

asked by Janny almost 2 years ago
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Use a breast of veal (with or without the bones, although I like to use bone-on), with a pocket cut into it.

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added almost 2 years ago

I agree on using veal breast. You will have to find a real butcher to buy it. It's not exactly supermarket fare.

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While I love a veal breast, its much more work than a great shoulder roast. Have your butcher butterfly it for you-you will find it much more forgiving and easier to serve.