HOW TO: Veal Chop In-Flight Plating

Veal Chop

Veal is a tender meat that has been part of Italian cuisine since the time of the Roman Empire. The meat then became popular with French royalty and was considered a delicacy. This dish also features avjar, a red pepper sauce of Serbian origin, which complements the flavor profile of the veal chop. With the following video in-flight plating guide, you will be able to create a veal entree fit for even the most elite aristocrats in history!

Tools and Ingredients

  • Cutting Board
  • Knife
  • Tongs
  • Fork
  • Spoon
  • Plate

Garnish Kit (keep cold)

  • Avjar (Red Pepper Sauce)
  • Herb Garnish

Veal Chop Entree

  • Veal Chop
  • Asparagus
  • Roesti (Potato Pancake)
  • Whole-Grain Mustard Glace


  • Heat oven to 275F (135C) and cook for 20 minutes. If necessary, adjust temperature to your oven since ovens can vary.

6 Plating Steps

  • Place potato pancake slightly off-center on plate.
  • Lay asparagus across pancake to create base for chop.
  • Crimp foil cup into spout and pour generous amount of whole-grain mustard glace.
  • Using squeeze bottle spout, zigzag plate with avjar or …
  • Squeeze out large amount of avjar onto plate and use back of spoon to smear across plate.
  • Arrange veal chop on center of plate and garnish with herbs.

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