How to cook osso bucco:
The traditional Italian beef shank osso bucco recipe calls for braising the meat low and slow until fork tender and succulent. Traditionally, the braise will include a white wine and stock combination, and the meat is served with a Gremolata garnish (chopped lemon peel, parsley and garlic). It may be served with risotto. The finished dish is rich, hearty and a treat for meat lovers.
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