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Veal Roast: Date Added: 21 Nov 2009
Listed in: Veal

3 lb rolled veal roast
1 garlic cloves, peeled (opt)
1 pepper (optional)
1 salt (optional)

Cooking Instructions

1. Invert a heat-resistant, non-metallic saucer or small casserole cover in the bottom of a shallow non-metallic baking dish. (The saucer keeps the meat out of the fat as it cooks.)

2. Place roast fat-side-down on the saucer.

3. Rub meat with garlic and pepper if desired.

4. Heat, uncovered, for half of the cooking time given in the chart below.

5. Drain pan juices and reserve if gravy is to be made. Turn meat over, cover loosely with wax paper or paper toweling and heat for remainder of the cooking time.

6. Let roast stand covered in aluminum foil 15 to 30 minutes or until appropriate internal temperature is reached. DO NOT PLACE THERMOMETER OR ALUMINUM FOIL IN THE MICROWAVE OVEN.

7. If necessary, return roast to Microwave Oven for a few minutes until desired internal temperature is reached.

8. Salt meat after cooking, if desired. Rare 6 minutes per pound Medium

7 minutes per pound Well-done 8 minutes per pound

Yield: 6 servings

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