|How Much to Buy...
The thickness of your chops is a matter of serving style and cooking preference. For the average appetite, 6 to 8 ounces of boneless veal or 14 to 18 ounces of bone-in veal is enough as a main course. Find out more about this cut below.
||Boneless Veal Loin Chop
||Most popular thickness
| ||Thickness||Weight||Serving Recommendations|
| ||.5 inch||3-5 oz||2-4 chops each|
Extra-thick. Pan-roast, grill, broil, or braise.
|1 inch||7-9 oz||1-2 chops each|
Butcher's standard. Grill, sauté, pan-roast, or broil.
| ||1.5 inches||11-13 oz||1 chop each|
Double-thick. Sauté, grill, or broil.