Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Veal Stew

Considering the weather here right now, rainy, cold and raw this is just what the doctor ordered.

1 lb stew veal
1 small onion minced
3 tbs Flour
3 tbs butter
1 cup of white wine
1 medium onion diced
2 stalks of celery chopped
6 cups of chicken stock
1 Turkish bay leaf
2 small potatoes diced in inch cubes

Bring cup chicken stock to boil. Add Turkish bay leaf.

In pan heat 3 tbs of butter until melted and add veal and brown. Coat veal with 3 tbs flour and add to pot with stock. Deglaze pan you cooked the veal in with 1 cut of wine. Add that to stock pot. Sautee onion in 1 tbs butter once clear and soft add it to stock pot pot. Add 2 stalks celery that have been chopped to pot.

Loosely cover pot and bring to a boil. Reduce to a simmer and cook for 1 hour. Add water as needed. Add potatoes and cook for another 20 minutes or until done, adding water as needed.


Joel said...

Trust me... This was MMM! MMM! GOOD! My wife makes great soups and stews. Actually, everything she makes is great, but soup is one of her favorite things, so I think she has a hightened sense of how to make it perfect.

Genevieve said...

What a great blog! Your recipes also include stuff I actually have and like to eat! Nice~! I'm definately going to try your mushroom risotto.

Alex Rushmer said...

Sounds delicious, I love veal but it is so hard to get hold of here.

Swestie said...

I am here! Thanks for coming last night!!

Vanessa said...

It was so much fun. Joel went on and on about your band.

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Chef E said...

I am back in town and catching up on posts...this looks good, you can literally see the steam coming off...I love venison, and most wild game...

Chef E said...

What a dummy, I said Venison...I meant Veal...duh...I am tired from my trip...lol

pjpink said...

Where do you usually get your veal? I have a hard time finding it for a reasonable price.