Vitello is the Italian word for veal, the meat of young calves (usually male) appreciated for its delicate taste and tender texture. Veal is delicate, tasty, and versatile and is the most popular meat in Italy. It is served in many forms, as a roast, as scallopine, as a stew, as chops, and as a stuffed breast.
Vitello is pronounced "vee-tehl-loh"
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