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Jan 18, 2012

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Sylvie (A Pot of Tea)

What a wonderful meal!

beachhutcook

Looks fantastic!

Danielle Love

Looks delicious, would have to get some veal but I have most of the other ingredients so I might have to give this a go. I'll have to find a butchers that sells veal though as I haven't seen it in the supermarket much or maybe I just haven't been looking properly!

Love your blog.

johanna


Hi Danielle,


You could just try plain beef fillet as a substitute, it will work a treat!


Best 
Johanna

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Nickle

Great Recipe! it really is and must be appreciated by all! :) I can't wait to try this one.

Lyn

Great recipe! I made it last night as I was looking for a veal and asparagus recipe with a difference. Veal seems to be forever paired with cream and I fancied something lighter. I substituted wild garlic for the garlic and spring onions in both the dipping sauce and the marinade, which worked well. Great recipe, thanks for posting, will definitely use both the marinade and the dipping sauce recipe again!

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