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Varoma Steamed Saltimbocca with Marsala Sauce & Vegetables (Meal)



4 portion(s)

Veal Rolls

  • 8 pieces Veal Girello, Thinned with a mallet, I have allowed 2 to make each roll as the slices were small
  • 8 slices prosciutto
  • 2 Handfuls Spinach Leaves, Stalks removed
  • 12 sage leaves
  • 4 teaspoons olive oil
  • 4 pinches salt

Masala Sauce

  • 2 Brown Onions, Peeled and halved
  • 2 cloves garlic, peeled
  • 15 grams oil
  • 1 teaspoon porcini powder
  • 120 grams marsala wine
  • 1 teaspoon honey
  • 4 tablespoons Milk, (Or cream)
  • 1/2 teaspoon TM vege stock concentrate, (or salt)


  • 700 grams Potatoes, Peeled and cut into 1 inch cubes
  • 50 grams Salted butter
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 2 handful green beans, I used frozen beans
  • 2 Handfuls Brocolli, I used frozen brocolli

Recipe's preparation

    Caramelising the Onions and Garlic for the Sauce
  1. 1. Place Onion and Garlic for the sauce, into the TM bowl. Chop 5 sec/spd 5. Scrape bowl. Chop, 5 sec/spd 5.

    2. Add Oil. Saute` 20 mins/Varoma/Spd 2.

    3. Set Aside.

  2. Making the Veal rolls
  3. 1. Place 2 sheets of Plastic wrap on bench, overlapping by 1/2. Repeat so there are four.

    2. Place 2 slices of prosciutto on each plastic wrap. Place 2 pieces of Veal on top (one in front of the other, only a slight overlap), followed by a single layer of spinach, and 3 of the sage leaves.

    3. Drizzle 1 tsp of olive oil and a pinch of salt on each.

    4. Using the Plastic wrap to assist you, roll the veal into tight logs.

    5. Push air out from ends, roll, and tie with a knot right at the end of the meat.

    6. Put meat into bottom Varoma tray and set aside.

  4. Cooking the Potatoes and the vegetables
  5. 1. Place 800g water into TM bowl.

    2. Place potatoes into steamer basket and place this into the TM bowl.

    3. Place Varoma containing meat on top.

    4. Cook 18 mins/Varoma/Spd 4.

    5. Meanwhile, place the greens into the top Varoma tray and set aside.

    6. Once the timer has finished, add the top Varoma tray containing the green vegetables. Cook 8 mins/Varoma/Spd 4.

    7. Remove Varoma tray and steaming basket and set aside.

    8. Empty water from TM bowl. No need to wash bowl.

  6. Making the Mashed Potato
  7. 1. Place the butterfly into the TM bowl.

    2. Put the cooked potatoes into the bowl.

    3. Add the Butter and Salt.

    4. Mash 25 sec/Spd 4.

    5. Scrape out potatoes into a bowl. Quickly wash TM bowl.

    6. Set aside for serving.

  8. Making the Sauce
  9. 1. Put the previously caramelised onion and garlic into the TM bowl.  Add remaining ingredients: Porcini Powder, Masala Wine, Honey, Milk & TM Vege Stock Concentrate.

    2. Blend 3 sec/Speed 6. Cook 5 Mins/80C/Spd 2.

    3. Serve!!



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If you are time poor, you can do away with caramelising the onion sand garlic at the beginning of the recipe. Just chop onions and garlic and cook 5 mins/100C/Spd2, just before adding the other ingredients to the sauce after cooking everything else. Alternatively, caramelise the onions and garlic ahead of time and refrigerate until you are making the sauce.

Porcini Powder is not absolutely necessary, just a nice addition.

Marsala wine could be substitued with Sherry.


Pour your steaming water onto your garden once it has cooled.

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  • You can wrap in baking paper,

    Submitted by Thermomistress on 7. August 2014 - 00:35.

    You can wrap in baking paper, which works just as well

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  • Hi, may I ask what kind of

    Submitted by Smartkitchen on 17. May 2014 - 15:04.


    may I ask what kind of plastic wrap you use? I hope you can help me find a one that does not contain the softeners like the ordinary cling film used to cover bowls of left-over food...!? 

    Thank you!

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