Pan Seared Veal Chops
Pan seared veal loin chops rest on a cutting board, with the perfectly crispy outside layer.

Pan Seared Veal Chops

These pan seared veal chops are easier than they sound. In this recipe you’ll notice Matt Groark used a veal loin chop. You may recognize this cutlet as a look like to a T-bone steak.  Veal chops are a bone in meat, and are great for broiling, roasting, and grilling. You can also use a veal rib chop in this recipe if you choose. Veal rib chop is a more expensive cut but more common in restaurants and in online retail.
It is recommended to cook a chop to an internal temperature of 145°F, or to your desired doneness. The best way to ensure this is by using a meat thermometer. As always, it is important not to overcook veal for some cooking tips visit our cooking school!
You can season and pair veal chops with anything you want. This pan seared veal chop is simply seasoned with salt and pepper. Make this recipe your own, and if you are looking for more recipes using veal chops, try these! Tik Tok personality Matt Groark, aka Groark Boy BBQ, developed this recipe, for more of his veal recipes download our e-book!


  • 2- 6 oz. veal chops
  • high smoke point oil (avocado oil)
  • salt and pepper or your favorite all-purpose seasoning


  1. Pre-heat oven to 375°F.
  2. Coat veal chops lightly with avocado oil and season with salt/pepper or you preferred seasoning of choice.
  3. Heat cast iron pan to medium high heat and coat with thin layer of avocado oil. Place veal chops down and sear for 3 minutes.
  4. After 3 minutes flip and immediately and place pan into 375 °F oven. Cook for approximately 7 minutes or until chops reach an internal of 145°F.
  5. Remove from pan, cover with pan juices and enjoy!