Veal and Peppers
By forgetmenot on February 21, 2014
Veal Stew with Peppers, Mushrooms and Onions
Veal and peppers is a great change of pace from chicken and beef stews. When veal is stewed it becomes so tender you can cut it with a fork, and it is so mild, that it compliments whatever flavors are in your dish.
As I started writing this post, the teacher voice in my head kept nagging me with the question, “What is the difference between soup and stew?” Here are some fun facts that I discovered.
According to the Encyclopedia of Food Culture, soup must have enough liquid so that at some point, you are soaking or spooning up a broth. Originally this was known as “sopping.” Additionally, soups may be served hot or cold.
Stew comes from the old French word “estuir” meaning to enclose. Stews are made with a variety of vegetables and meat cooked in a container with a lid.
If you are looking for a delicious Italian stew, that I have been preparing for years, this dish is for you.
More Like This
Most Popular on BlogHer
Hearing your baby laugh is the most amazing sound. Discover why baby laughter is so important, your baby’s own Baby Laugh Index™, and much more at www.babylaughindex.com.BlogHer and Bright Starts™ asked 10 bloggers to share what kind of laugh their kids have and to try out one of these fun toys: the Jungle Fun Ball Climber™, the Hide 'n Spin Monkey™, or the 3-in-1 Step 'n Ride Lion™ . Check out their posts and learn how you could win one too! Read more