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Veal tips stew, Port wine sauce, slow cooked with carrots, bacon and Paris mushrooms, flavorful and delicious!

The Port wine sauce is flavored with a little mustard, paprika and BBQ sauce and rosemary, thyme and basil.

Port wine is rather a sweet wine but since it is mixed with white wine, the result is a sauce with a delicious hind flavor of Port wine, it is not sweet at all.

This is an easy recipe that doesn’t require too much attention, once you have started it, simmer on low heat for an hour and a half or less depending on how tender your meat is

If you like to cut your meat yourself, you can buy any cut of roast from the shoulder, they are rather lean and moist, or ask your butcher.

You can serve this veal stew with green beans and a side of mashed potatoes for example.

Veal can easily be replaced by turkey or pork, two kinds of meat that will be delicious with this Port wine sauce.

If you like this recipe, you might like my Turkey roast with mustard sauce or my Beef Bacon Roll Ups, marinara sauce.

  • 4 servings
  • Easy
  • 1 h 30

Recipe :

Ingredients:

28.2 oz. (800 g.) veal tips

2 carrots, peeled, julienned

7 oz. (200 g.) Paris mushrooms, chopped

5 oz. (150 g.) Bacon strips

Sauce:

2 shallots, chopped

1 tbsp. mustard

1 tsp BBQ Sauce

2 tbsp. parsley, chopped

1 tbsp. of thyme, rosemary and basil, chopped

1/2 cup white wine

1/4 cup Port wine

1 cube of chicken broth, crushed

A pinch of cayenne

A pinch of paprika

Salt and pepper to taste

Some olive oil for cooking

Instructions:

Into a Dutch oven, heat some olive oil on medium/high heat, briefly sear the veal tips on all sides

Add the carrots, mushrooms and bacon

Mix all the ingredients for the sauce into a small bowl and add, stir, give a boil, cover with a lid and lower the heat to low, simmer away for an hour, check your meat for tenderness, check that the carrots are cooked to your liking, cook for an additional 30 minutes if necessary, if your sauce is too evaporated, add a little bit of water

Taste and adjust seasoning

Sprinkle some parsley before serving

Enjoy!

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This looks a recipe perfect for my birthday party. Thank you for sharing

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Thanks Edoardo, glad you like it and Happy Birthday, whenever it is

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I am pinning this and will be making it soon

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Hi Theresa! Thank you so much, I hope you like it as much as we did!

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This looks amazing, I am going to give it a shot in the pressure cooker, it's a new obsession

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Lol Thanks Ali! It's typically a recipe to make in the pressure cooker, hope you like it!

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Sounds amazing. I love using port in cooking.

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Thanks so much Jere, glad you like it!

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This looks so simple! Can't wait to try it

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Thank you so much Stephanie, hope you like it!

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Looks scrummy, I wondered if this recipe could be adapted to be vegan? Do you have any suggestions? The seasonings look like a great combo!

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Thanks Sarah, I wouldn’t really know but I guess white beans or portobello mushrooms or both would be delicious ?

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Veal is nearly impossible to find around here, which is a drag because I would love to try this for dinner!

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Thanks so much for your kind comment Rae, I guess you could make the same dish using pork tenderloin ;):)

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