Veal fricasse with capers & dill

Yield: 6 servings

Measure Ingredient
4 pounds Veal
\N \N Salt
\N \N Water to cover
2 cups White wine
1 \N Peeled onion, cut in half
3 \N Bay leaves
5 \N Cloves
\N \N Butter and Flour for white
\N \N Roux
3 teaspoons Capers
1 teaspoon Dill, chopped
\N \N White pepper
\N \N Nutmeg (pinch)
1 cup Heavy cream
2 \N Egg Yolks

Contributed to the echo by: Bill Birner Originally from: Gunter Preuss Here's a recipe from another New Orleans Chaine de Rotisseur award winner, Gunter Preuss. This is by Gunter Preuss of Versailles Restaurant in New Orleans, a favored and elegant 5 star place. Some amounts he omitted which need to be guessed at, to taste. VEAL FRICASSE w. CAPERS & DILL

1. Cut veal in 1 inch strips, (not too lean - not too fat.) 2. Evenly cover with water and bring to slow boil. Rinse clean.

3. Cover veal with water, season with salt, white wine, onion, bay leaves, cloves, simmer until cooked.

4. Make a white roux and use strained stock for sauce. Cook until flour taste is gone.

5. Add capers, dill, pepper and nutmeg. Adjust seasoning to taste.

6. Add cooked veal to sauce and simmer 10 more minutes.

7. Before serving, mix cream and egg yolks and pour very slowly into Fricasse.

Serve with rice or noodles.

Serves 6.

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