Crumbed veal steaks with eggplant and tomato salad

Neil Perry

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A flavoursome eggplant salad takes a classic veal steak to a new level.

Neil Perry's crumbed veal steaks with eggplant and tomato salad.
Neil Perry's crumbed veal steaks with eggplant and tomato salad. Photo: William Meppem

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600-700g thin veal leg steaks

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  • Main Ingredients - Veal
  • Course - Main Course
  • Occasion - Dinner Party

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    I cooked this Eggplant & Tomato salad last weekend and used it a a bruscetta topping. It was absolutely delicious and I highly recommend it.

    Commenter
    CarolW
    Location
    Ballarat
    Date and time
    April 02, 2012, 11:13AM

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