Do you find yourself looking for fabulous tasting recipes that are quick, easy and delicious? Sometimes that is difficult; this one is a winner in all 3 categories.
Lately I have been looking for quick, easy and delicious recipes as much of my spare time (what is that?!) is taken up with my master bedroom makeover. This is #4 for the master bedroom makeover and it all started with one accessory pillow that I loved and couldn’t get out of my head and am basing my entire bedroom on that color – silver blue grey. So now, I’m painting paint samples on the walls – trying to decide which one to use, picking out curtains, bedding, rugs, artwork and deciding how I’m going to re-finish my existing night stands and dresser. Besides cooking, gardening, and photographer, decorating is another love.
If you’re short on time and looking for incredible taste … give this a try. Enjoy!
Grilled Veal Chops Forestiere
- 1 (12-14 oz) veal chop (1 inch think)
- 2 teaspoons olive oil
- 3 tablespoons unsalted butter
- 4 tablespoons rough chopped shallot
- 1 teaspoon medium chopped garlic
- 2 tablespoons brandy or cognac
- 3 oz Chanterelle mushrooms sliced
- Ground pepper to taste
Salt and pepper veal chop and brush on olive oil or melted butter to ensure meat is lightly oiled. This light coating of oil will help create the grill marks.
Place chops on grill and cook 5-6 minutes per side depending on thickness.
Remove chop and place on warm serving plate and allow to rest about 10 minutes
On the side burner of your grill or stove-top heat butter in sauté pan until it begins to bubble at medium heat.
Add shallots, simmering until the edges begin to brown, and then add garlic and mix.
Allow the mixture to cook just a few moments and then add mushrooms flipping in pan or using spatula to turn so that all sides are coated in the mixture.
When mushrooms begin to brown slightly add the brandy and stir. (add flour if the sauce seems too watery – stir and allow to cook a few minutes)
Remove from heat and ladle over and around chop.
Chopped Parsley, Rosemary or Thyme may be added to the Forestier sauce if desired, or used as a garnish.
Adapted from: livecharbroil.com
This gets my attention, especially when you say it’s quick, easy and delicious. This looks absolutely stunning and mouthwatering! Will it work equally well with lamb?
Hi Anne, sorry for the delayed response! I’ve been preoccupied lately with redecorating my bedroom and taking care of our new puppy which is a full time job. lol I honestly am not sure if it would work as well with lamb, I have tried other recipes that I have found to be interchangeable, but I’ve never tried this one with lamb.