Veal Scaloppini is a traditional Italian dish and has no single inventor. It consists of thin cutlets of veal, pounded thin, breaded with flour and cooked on a stove-top. There are many variations of this dish, including replacing the veal with another type of meat, such as chicken.
Since Veal Scaloppini is a traditional dish, it has a long history that is difficult to tack down. It also has many variations which can vary based on regional or personal tastes. A popular version involves creating a sauce in the pan that the meat was cooked in and de-glazing it with white wine in order to create a sauce. This sauce has further variations, including one with capers and lemons, and another with mushrooms and vegetables in the sauce.