Blanquette de veau
Blanquette de veau is a French dish prepared with white meat (blanquette comes from "blanc", the French word for white). The dish is usually prepared with veal, however it does not exclude the use of other white meats. This dish is served hot and is accompanied by mushrooms, rice, pasta and potatoes.
The classic French blanquette is made of veal and onions alone. Though, some cooks add carrots and dill to make it tastier. Most blanquettes are made with a variety of ingredients nowadays.
While the way it is served depends on taste, it is often served with rice, and usually the blanquette tops the rice. Mushrooms, pasta and potatoes also often accompany this dish.
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- Blanquette de Veau @ One Perfect Bite: Blanquette de Veau, a white veal stew that's made with mushrooms and pearl onions that comes from Normandy.
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