Beef escalopes with courgette and asparagus


This recipe was inspired by having a very full freezer!  We bought part of a cow sometime ago and it has slowly been filling up our freezer after several visits to the farm!  So Kristine, no cow pie yet but still cow related 🙂

It’s quite a simple recipe but with good results.  Tasty, fairly healthy and resulted in very tender meat.

I used 4 small beef escalopes for two people.  The escalopes were already pretty flat but you can always tenderise them more by wrapping them in clingfilm and hitting with a rolling pin (or a proper meat hammer if your kitchen is that well equipped!!!).

I put the two ends of a loaf of bread into a blender to get breadcrumbs.  I mixed these with 50g of parmesan cheese and a handful of chopped parsley.  Then I beat two eggs (well 1.5 after I managed to lose some on the floor, don’t ask me why!) and mixed with a little bit of lemon juice.  I dipped the escalopes in the egg mixture and then coated in the breadcrumbs ready to be cooked.





I gently fried some slices of courgette and asparagus for approximately 5 mins.  I cooked the escalopes in a little bit of oil for 3 mins on each side and served with a slice of lemon, some nice wine and candlelight 🙂  A perfect light meal!





Filed under Beef, Food, Herbs, Recipes, Vegetables

4 responses to “Beef escalopes with courgette and asparagus

  1. Kristine

    Looks great even if not cow pie!

  2. Oooh… Very Nigella Lawsonesque atmospheric shots at the end! It looks lovely, though!

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