Blanquette de Veau refers to a white stew of veal. This is a classic French stew which is made from veal, mushrooms, and onions. The stew is first simmered in a white stock, then served in a Velouté sauce finished with egg yolk and cream. Velouté sauce is made by mixing a white roux with white stock from light chicken or veal stock.

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