Ossobuco (pronounced ˌɔsːoˈbuːko]) is a Milanese speciality of cross-cut
veal shanks braised with vegetables, white wine and broth. It is often garnished ...
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Lamb Shanks, Osso Buco-Style. 47. 79. 2. Joshua Wesson substitutes full-
flavored lamb for the usual mild veal in his version of this classic Italian stew with
Lamb osso buco, made with white wine and diced tomatoes, is cooked in a slow
cooker and topped with a reduced sauce for a rich and delicious meal.
Remove browned osso buco
to a platter.
Add red wine and deglaze the pot by scraping up the crusty bits with a wooden spoon or spatula. Cover the pot and braise in the oven until meat is tender, about 2 ½ to 3 hours. More »
This is a delicious version of Osso Bucco using lamb shanks instead of veal
shanks that is sure to please your family and guests.
Osso buco is an Italian dish that's traditionally made with veal shanks. This
version uses lamb for a different flavor. Make the polenta just before serving for
Jan 17, 2013 ... It's a variation on the Italian classic with the addition of olives. If you hapen to pick
up some lamb osso buco at Costco, what wonderful braising ...
Mar 31, 2011 ... While osso buco is most commonly prepared with veal, the name actually means
bone hole and refers to the cut of meat rather than the type of ...
Jan 1, 2013 ... Lamb Osso Buco Happy New Year! Can you believe it's 2013? Reflecting back,
this holiday “break” has been really different from most holiday ...