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1 lb. Veal; Cut In 4 Thin Slices
1/2 t Salt
1/8 t Sugar
1/2 t Pepper; White
1 T Mustard; Dijon Style
4 Bacon; Slices
4 Eggs; Large, Hard Cooked
2 T Vegetable Oil
1 Onion; Medium, Diced
3/4 c Beef Bouillon; Heated
1 T Tomato Paste
2 T Unbleached Flour
1/4 c Red Wine
Dry veal on paper towels. Roll in a mixture of salt, sugar, white
pepper, and mustard. Place a bacon slice on top of each piece of veal.
Place an un sliced egg on top of the bacon. Rollup each slice of veal
(jelly-roll fashion) and tie together with string.
Heat oil in fry pan and brown veal rolls well on all sides. Add onion; sauté for 3 minutes. Add the hot bouillon; cover and simmer gently 25 minutes. Remove the veal from the pan. Remove the strings from the veal and keep veal warm on a serving platter.
Add tomato paste to the pan drippings; stir. Thoroughly mix flour and red wine to remove all lumps. Add to sauce and cook until mixture thickens. Add warm veal rolls and heat through. Before serving, place veal rolls on a platter, pour sauce over the rolls and serve with pureed potatoes.