Veal and Peppers

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.

Veal and Peppers

 

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