WASHINGTON, Feb. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Choosing the perfect meal on Valentine's Day, the most romantic day of the year, can be stressful – but it doesn't have to be. This year celebrate by making this elegant meal of "Pan-Fried Veal Chops with White Wine Sauce" for your special someone or for your entire family. "Pan-Fried Veal Chops with White Wine Sauce" is the perfect dish if you are looking to delight someone and make this Valentine's Day your most memorable yet.
"Pan-Fried Veal Chops with White Wine Sauce" is a delicious recipe made with veal chops and herbs and then topped with a mouth-watering white wine sauce and garnished with a lemon slice and thyme springs. And with a whopping 63 grams of protein per serving and only 800 calories, you'll be hard-pressed to find a more nutritious Valentine's meal for you and your loved ones.
So this Valentine's Day, take the pressure off, and impress those you love with delicious and elegant "Pan-Fried Veal Chops with White Wine Sauce."
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Stirring up the romance can also be easy with this delectable Veal Sweetloaf recipe, featuring heart-shaped meatloaf topped with bacon. Yum!
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About the North American Meat Institute:
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