The Famous Italian Osso Buco – for Family or Holiday Dinner. #53 Recipe by Always Yummy!

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Ossobuco is a famous Italian dish. Visiting Italy tourists from different countries make sure to order ossobuco besides pizza and pasta. It is cooked from veal or beef shank with marrow bone or hollow bone with bone marrow. From Italian ossobuco means literally a bone with a hole. It is the perfect dish for your family or holiday dinner.

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• beef shank (ossobuco) – 4 lb /2 kg
• carrot – 10 oz /300 g
• celery – 3 stalks
• chopped tomatoes – 2 cup /500 ml
• onion – 14 oz /400 g
• beef broth – 3 cup /800 ml
• white dry wine – 3/4 cup /200 ml
• olive oil – 3 tbsp
• butter – 1 oz /30 g
• wheat flour – 2 tbsp
• 2 bay leaves
• garlic – 5 cloves
• rosemary – 2 sprigs
• ground nutmeg – ¼ tsp
• 5 allspice berries
• 10 black peppercorns
• ground black pepper – 1,5 tsp
• salt – 3 tsp

You will need:
• pan
• saucepan or heavy walled stockpot
• carving board
• cooking string
• bowl

1. To cook ossobuco it is preferable to take veal or beef shanks 400-600 g of weight each.
2. Tie round each piece of beef with cooking string and season with 1 tsp of salt, 1 tsp of ground black pepper and flour.
3. Heat the pan, add 3 tbsp of olive oil and fry the meat from both sides until golden brown, 3 minutes from each side over high heat.
4. Take the meat out of the pan into the bowl.
5. put 30 g of butter and finely chopped onion into the pan and fry for 5 minutes over medium heat stirring occasionally.
6. Add the chopped carrot, garlic and celery and fry for 3 minutes over medium heat stirring occasionally.
7. Add the white dry wine to the vegetables, stir and simmer for 3 minutes over medium heat.
8. Add the beef broth and chopped tomatoes, stir.
9. Add then 2 tsp of salt, ½ tsp of black pepper, rosemary sprigs and bay leaves, stir and bring to a boil.
10. Lay out the fried meat in the saucepan and pour with the prepared vegetable sauce, add allspice berries and black peppercorns and cover the lid.
11. put the saucepan into the oven preheated to 180˚C and cook for 2 hours with this temperature.
12. Serve ossobuco hot with polenta, risotto, mashed potatoes or as a solo dish.

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