Recently I have been seeing "Saltimbocca alla Romana" come up in a few places and I wanted to try it. It looked pretty simple, in fact, looking at the recipe I was a little worried that it would be a little plain. I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of flavour. The sage flavour infused the veal and the sauce from deglazing the pan was full of flavour. I can see why this dish is called "hop in the mouth". This dish shows off the sage really nicely.
4 veal scallopini (thinly sliced and pounded thinner)
4 slices prosciutto
4 sage leaves
1 tablespoon olive oil
1/2 cup white wine
1. Lay the veal out flat and top with a slice of prosciutto.
2. Place a sage leaf at one end and roll the veal up.
3. Pierce the roll with a toothpick to hold it together.
4. Heat the oil in a pan.
5. Add the veal rolls and brown on all sides.
6. Add the wine and deglaze the pan.
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