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Breast Of Veal To Stew With Peas

(Meats And Vegetables.) - (The Lady's Own Cookery Book)







Cut the nicest part of the breast of veal, with the sweetbread; roast it

a little brown; take a little bit of the meat that is cut off the ends,

and fry it with butter, salt, pepper, and flour; take a little hot water

just to rinse out the gravy that adheres to the frying-pan, and put it

into a stewpan, with two quarts of hot water, a bundle of parsley,

thyme, and marjoram, a bit of onion or shalot, plenty of lemon-peel, and

a pint of old green peas, the more mealy the better. Let it stew two or

three hours, then rub it through a sieve with a spoon; it should be all

nice and thick; then put it again in the stewpan with the meat, having

ready some hot water to add to the gravy in case it should be wanted. A

thick breast will take two hours, and must be turned every now and then.

Boil about as many nice young peas as would make a dish, the same as for

eating; put them in about ten minutes before you take it up, skimming

all the fat nicely off; and season it at the same time with salt and

cayenne to your taste.











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