Veal comes from young cattle or calves. They can be produced from a calf with its age usually around 5-6 months. Minced veal is veal that is finely chopped using a knife, a meat grinder, or a mincing machine.
Veal has high quality, tenderness, and intensity of flavour when considered with beef. For people who have digestive issues, minced veal can be considered as an ideal food option instead of beef as they are easy to digest. Veal is rich in vitamins and minerals, like vitamin B1, vitamin D, proteins, and iron. Unlike beef meat, veal meat is lean and has a lot less fat. The magnesium present in the veal helps fight depression, prevents arrhythmia, cardiovascular diseases, and can help lower fatigue. Vitamin B3 contained in minced veal can help produce insulin and haemoglobin and sex hormones like oestrogen and testosterone. Vitamin B3 also aids in the creation of keratin, beneficial for hair health.
Ground veal can be used along with ground beef and pork to make meatballs, veal patties, quenelles, burgers, etc.
Cooked minced veal can be stored in the refrigerator for 3 to 4 days. Freezing them can further extend their shelf life.