NECK AND CLOD OF VEAL
These pieces have a longer cooking time than other cuts of the veal, but they deliver more taste. They are excellent for casseroles and ragous thanks to the wonderful falavors and smooth mouth-feel from the collagen, fat, bone and marrow.
Keep in mind
Consider the bone a bonus. Calculate 100 to 125 gr per person without the bone, 200 gr with the bone.
How to cook neck and clod of veal
You can cut clod without the bone in slices to cook piccata, even if the recipe traditionally is made with the veal tenderloin.
This meat is relatively rich in collagen and fat and is therefore often used for.
All meat from this part of the animal – which is still milder and more tender than beef – is suitable for stews.
A Swedish classic: Dill meat.