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Classic Veal Parmesan Sandwiches

Prep time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 10 minutes
Serves: 6

  1. Heat oven to 350° F.

  2. Pound each veal cutlet between sheets of parchment or plastic wrap until 1/4-inch thick.

  3. Blot veal dry. Season each cutlet with salt and pepper, to taste. Dredge veal in flour; shake off excess. Dip in egg wash and dredge in breadcrumbs.

  4. In large skillet over medium heat, heat about 1/8-inch oil to about 350 F. Working in batches, add breaded veal to hot oil and pan fry first side until golden brown and crisp, about 2 minutes. Turn once and pan fry second side until it reaches internal temperature of 160 F, about 1-2 minutes.

  5. Drain on paper towels or wire rack set over baking sheet.

  6. Add 2 tablespoons tomato sauce to each veal cutlet and sprinkle 1/2 tablespoon Parmesan cheese on top. Add one slice provolone and mozzarella cheese to each cutlet.

  7. Place veal parmesan in oven 2-3 minutes, or until the cheese begins to melt and veal is hot.

  8. Add veal to sub rolls and serve.

Nutrition information per serving:
45 g protein;
55 g carbohydrate;
7 g fiber;
11 g fat;
7 g saturated fat;
145 mg cholesterol;
908 mg sodium.

SOURCE:
North American Meat Institute



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