Any dish called “Francese” on an Italian-American menu–and these dishes used to be ubiquitous here–virtually guarantees that the main ingredient will be dipped in egg, and that the sauce will be yellow, not red. But no one is quite sure Read
Shrimp Francese is an old Italian restaurant favorite with a vaguely French sounding name. I like to describe it as shrimp piccata.
Is it Shrimp Francese or Shrimp Piccata? I am never sure what to call this old school Italian favorite with a French sounding name.
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Any dish called "Francese" on an Italian-American menu virtually guarantees that the main ingredient will be dipped in egg, and the sauce will be yellow.
Shrimp Francese, Recipe from Martha Stewart Living, October 2013