Osso Buco from FoodNetwork.com - since I am not fond of veal, I used beef shanks, and followed the rest of the recipe exactly. It turned out perfect!

Osso Buco

Osso Buco Recipe I did not use veal. I had some osso busco steaks from a cow I purchased.

Low-FODMAP Pressure Cooker Italian Beef: low-FODMAP, low-carb, keto, gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, & sugar-free!

Low-FODMAP Pressure Cooker Italian Beef

Low-FODMAP Pressure Cooker Italian Beef: low-FODMAP, low-carb, keto, gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, & sugar-free!

Garlic Wine Braised Veal Shanks | Garlic & Zest

Garlic Wine Braised Veal Shanks

This simple veal shank recipe is filled with mushrooms and garlic with a tasty pan jus! Great for cooler temps!

I really need to stop watching The Chew when I am hungry, every time I haven’t eaten lunch yet I end up piling the kids into the car to take them to buy ingredients so I can make the dish right away. This dish is a result of such an occurence. I was binge watching...Read More »

A recipe from The Chew & Clinton Kelly! Rich, hearty play on the Italian classic Osso Bucco, chicken thighs are braised in a tomato-white wine sauce over crispy mashed potatoes.

Traditional Osso Bucco @ allrecipes.com.au

Traditional Osso Bucco

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.

You will need a slow cooker for this classic, hearty veal dish.

Osso buco

slow cooked Osso buco ~ does not require a slow cooker - I used an electric frying pan / oven dish (covered) also works well on low heat.

There are two tricks to this otherwise hands-off recipe: browning the veal shanks before they go into the slow cooker and reducing the sauce before serving (if you have a slow-cooker with a stovetop-safe insert, you don't even have to dirty another pan). The result is an osso buco you’d be hard-pressed to distinguish from the labor-intensive classic (trust us). Serve it with saffron-scented Risotto alla Milanese, like they do in Italy.

Slow-Cooker Osso Buco

There are two tricks to this recipe: browning the veal shanks before they go into the slow cooker and reducing the sauce before serving. The result is an osso buco you’d be hard-pressed to distinguish from the labor-intensive classic (trust us).

Osso Buco from FoodNetwork.com u can use pork shoulder, red wine and beef broth garlic too. Can be made in a pressure cooker!

Osso Buco

Osso Buco the best and easiest I've made. Absolutely delicious with some mushroom risotto. I think you can make with lean beef shanks if veal is not your thing

Ossobuco with Gremolata - Life Love Food

Ossobuco with Gremolata

This traditional Italian ossobuco recipe calls for a classic gremolata topping and a side of buttery mashed potatoes.

This makes a wonderful accompaniment to dishes such as Ossobuco and Italian Braised Beef with Gremolata

Cheats' Risotto Milanese

This makes a wonderful accompaniment to dishes such as Ossobuco and Italian Braised Beef with Gremolata

Osso buco - Cocotte minute

Osso buco à la cocotte minute

Picture of Pork Osso Bucco Recipe

Pork Osso Bucco

Quick Osso Buco - 1 hour-pressure cooker (www.ChefBrandy.com)

Quick Osso Buco

Emeril's Quick Osso Buco - One of my favorite tools in the kitchen is my pressure cooker. It's a fast and simple way to make delicious meat that is fall-off-the-bone tender like this Quick Osso Buco

Traditional ossobuco alla Milanese! Or classic braised veal shanks in a flavorful tomato wine sauce with zesty gremolata...

Ossobuco alla Milanese, classic braised veal shanks in tomato wine sauce with gremolata.

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