In a glass bowl, mix the parmesan, parsley, lemon zest and garlic.
Put a slice of prosciutto or ham on each cutlet.
Spread the parmesan mixture on each cutlet and season.
Roll the cutlets and close with a toothpick.
In a pan, brown the cutlets in butter and oil.
Add the wine and bring to a boil. Simmer, covered, for 25 to 30 minutes.
Remove the cutlets and keep warm.
Reduce cooking juices by half and add the tomato paste. Mix thoroughly.
Top the veal with the sauce and serve.
These dry wines are characterised by their intense spice, toast, or exotic fruit aromas. They leave a full-bodied texture on the palate and are well-balanced.
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Caramel and roasted malt flavours highlight the bitter hops bouquet of this medium-bodied beer.
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