It starts with flattened meat that's flashed in the pan, then served with a sauce made from butter, capers, lemon, and pan drippings. If you're not a fan of veal, you can substitute another type of protein, such as turkey paillards or thinly pounded pork tenderloin.
Serve the piccata over a bed of steamed egg noodles, and a crisp white wine on the side. For a gourmet Italian dinner in minutes, read on.
An Italian term used to describe a thinly pounded piece of meat, veal, chicken, or pork. Usually it's coated in flour and prepared in a sauté pan. Sometimes it's served with a tomato or wine-based sauce.
Also known as scaloppini.