Veal

OSSO BUCCO

Loading… Osso Bucco is an Italian dish that originated in Milan. The name Osso Bucco means “hole in bone”, referring to the bone marrow which is part of the appeal of the dish. It is braised veal shanks and traditionally garnished with “gremolata”. Gremolata is a condiment typically made of lemon zest, garlic and parsley.… Continue reading OSSO BUCCO