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Steak with rolled veal, pork and potatoes

Steak with rolled veal, pork and potatoes

The potatoes are cleaned, washed, cut into large pieces, salted and placed in the pan. Pour a cup of water into the pan.

Beat the veal piece well with the whisk and grease with mustard. Season with thyme, marjoram, salt, chili. Roll and fix the roll with the help of the silicone cord.

Put the veal roll in the tray, place the piece of salted and seasoned pork breast next to it.

Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice.

Sprinkle the pieces of meat with raspberry vinegar. Sprinkle over the whole composition with paprika, sprinkle with oil.

Cover the pan with aluminum foil and bake for an hour.

After an hour, remove the foil and let the steak brown for another 15 minutes.

Serve the sliced ​​hot pepper and green parsley.

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If you like meat, I'll teach you how to cook it veal steak which you can serve with any garnish you want. She is very good and at parties she is always the most successful.

For this veal steak you need:

  • & tailcoat12 kg calf leg or cap (boneless)
  • 100 g fresh or smoked bacon
  • 4 - 5 sardines or anchovy paste
  • parsley
  • dill
  • a teaspoon of mustard
  • pepper
  • salt