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  • n. sauteed cutlets (usually veal or poultry) that have been pounded thin and coated with flour


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  • If I'm feeling like I haven't had enough protein in the day, I might add a few shrimp (making it scampi-esque) or I might throw in some chopped chicken (and add some capers, a few mushrooms and a glug of white wine and you've got a decent representation of chicken scallopine).

    Weeknight Meal: Scrambled Pasta

  • It also seems like with this recipe you could pound the chicken breasts into scallopine and roll the stuffing inside.

    Stuffed Chicken and Roasted Cauliflower

  • Cut the veal scallopine after it's been flattened to rectangles about 10x8cm in size.

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  • Veal scallopine, pounded to an even thickness fresh rocket leaves goat cheese sifted plain flour

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  • This is what my godmother ordered: a good veal scallopine.

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  • I think she said it was one of the best scallopine she'd tasted other than her mum's of course!

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  • My favourite was the scallopine bianco, veal cooked in white wine.

    What I cooked last night.

  • He was working his way through a plate of veal scallopine, penne with basil and tomato sauce, artichokes and risotto with black truffles, a bottle of Coke.

    All Hooched Up... Another Depraved Night

  • I would match it with lean, delicate meats, such as veal scallopine.

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  • What if you must start with a ten-minute interrogation: Can the scallopine be prepared without a dusting of flour?



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