Osso bucco is a casserole of cross cut veal shanks that are braised with vegetables, white wine and stock. Try some of these variations on the recipe.
Osso bucco is a great one pot meal in the slow cooker, just layer the ingredients and leave it to cook. You can usually get sliced veal shank if you ask your butcher.
This slow cooker recipe forms a juicy and delightfully tasty gravy with carrots, celery and onion. Delicious served with boiled rice or couscous.
This is a thick and rich Italian dish that just oozes flavour. I have made this so many times that the page in my recipe book is speckled with the sauce. Please don't use beef shank as it is too tough. This is also suitable for a slow cooker but you will have to reduce the liquid content.
Osso bucco is a delectable Italian dish of veal shanks simmered in a tomato sauce. It is usually topped with gremolata, which is parsley, lemon zest and garlic.
Why make life harder than it needs to be? Osso bucco normally needs long slow simmering for hours, but this pressure cooker version is ready much more quickly.
Some osso bucco recipes can get quite complex but this one is very simple. It takes a while but that's mostly just simmering time.
Osso bucco does not have to be tricky to prepare. This recipe requires no basting, just set it up and it's ready in 2 hours. Serve with a rice pilaf.
A great and elegant dish for a dinner party, osso bucco needs little attention while it cooks. It is served with parsley, garlic, lemon zest and parmesan.
My special touch on traditional Italian osso bucco is to sprinkle it with cheese and put it under the grill. It's delicious with pasta!
This recipe works just as well with different types and cuts of meat, including lamb forequarter chops, blade steak and osso bucco. Also, use whatever vegetables you have access to. This is s great recipe to use up all those vegetables that are getting a little old and need to be used up.