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#199613 - 03/08/08 10:08 PM Osso Buco
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So here's some advice. If you plan on making Osso Buco, you don't need to make it with Veal Shanks which cost $15 a pound. Use boned chicken breasts instead. And definitely make the gremolada because it adds incredible flavor to the meal.

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#199619 - 03/08/08 11:15 PM Re: Osso Buco [Re: Mojo]
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Recipe?
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#199620 - 03/08/08 11:20 PM Re: Osso Buco [Re: Ken.C]
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#199622 - 03/08/08 11:35 PM Re: Osso Buco [Re: Mojo]
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I'm curious why you chose chicken instead of beef or lamb shanks. I'm sure that lamb shanks would add their own flavor (having just had a heavily lamby lamb shank based dish), but I would think that beef would work out well.
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#199623 - 03/08/08 11:50 PM Re: Osso Buco [Re: Ken.C]
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I didn't use chicken. I used veal shanks which are darned expensive and hard to find. I will try with beef or lamb one day too.

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#199625 - 03/09/08 12:08 AM Re: Osso Buco [Re: Mojo]
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Aaaah, I get it. Never cooked with veal.
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#199643 - 03/09/08 11:41 AM Re: Osso Buco [Re: Mojo]
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 Originally Posted By: Mojo
I didn't use chicken. I used veal shanks which are darned expensive and hard to find. I will try with beef or lamb one day too.


We had osso buco last night. It was specially prepared for a party of 12 by my friend who owns a local italian restaurant.

Italian comfort food!

He ordered the veal from Sysco, his food supplier, as it is not available anywhere.

Nice thing about having a friend in the business is that he can get hard to find foods for special occasions.

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#199685 - 03/09/08 06:05 PM Re: Osso Buco [Re: bugbitten]
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I've had good Osso Buco with pork in the past, so that is another idea to try.

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#199851 - 03/10/08 10:01 PM Re: Osso Buco [Re: Zarak]
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Thanks for sharing that recipe. We made that last night with Lamb Shanks. It was outstanding. The risotto was excellent too, but I think I’ll pass on the parmesan next time. The meal paired excellent with a Napa Pinot.
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#199852 - 03/10/08 10:12 PM Re: Osso Buco [Re: michael_d]
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Mike,

Glad you liked it. My favourite part was the vegetables and gremolada.

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