Veal With Asparagus

Serves 8

8 Veal Escalopes
2 x 400g or 14 oz tins of asparagus
50g or 2 oz of butter
50g or 2 oz of flour
450 ml or ¾ pint of chicken stock
150 ml or ¼ pint of dry white wine
Juice of ½ a lemon
Salt and pepper

Melt down the butter and add the flour. Cook for 3 minutes. Slowly stir in the wine with the stock and cook for 10 mins. Then add the lemon juice and tarragon and season to taste. Drain off the asparagus making sure 4 spears are reserved, puree the rest. Add the puree to the sauce. Fry the veal using the oil, until cooked. Arrange on a serving dish and pour sauce over. Fry the remaining asparagus tips and garnish dish.


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