The best food and wine pairings with veal

Find the best food and wine pairings with all of veal recipes.

The best appellations to pair with veal

The wines that pair with veal

About Veal

Widely consumed in France and Italy, veal is tender and has a delicate flavour. Veal can be prepared as a roast, blanquette, stir-fry, sauce or cutlet depending on the cut. Veal is an essential ingredient in many traditional dishes, such as blanquette de veau in France and osso buco in Italy. Choose farm-raised meat with a red label or a farm product. Veal meat can be eaten cooked, but raw versions are also available, such as carpaccios. Please take it out of the refrigerator at least 30 minutes before cooking. Veal can be cooked quickly or slowly. Cutlets, tenderloin, prime rib and grenadine are the best choices for grilling or pan-frying.

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