Sautéed Veal Kidneys alla Diavola
Since he opened his landmark restaurant Babbo in Manhattan's Greenwich Village in 1998, Mario Batalihas been championing organ meats, like kidneys. At Manzo, Eataly's meat-focused full-service restaurant, he'll do the same thing. This recipe features flour-and-cayenne-dusted kidneys, sautéed and served with a vibrant, chile-infused red wine sauce. Slideshow: More Mario Batali Recipes
Wondra flour, also known as instant flour, is more granular than regular flour and dissolves quickly, making it ideal for thickening sauces and gravies. It also becomes a silky coating for ingredients like the kidneys here. It's available at most supermarkets.
Juicy, dark-fruited Montepulciano d'Abruzzo.