Osso Bucco a la Irishman!

Just so you know and can pretend like you knew all along when you cook this for your friends, Osso Bucco is a Milanese dish. The name means “bone with a hole” or “hollowed bone” which refers to the veal shank bone with a large and tasty marrow filling. By braising (slow cooking) the meat this tough but tasty cut of meat will become super tender and taste almost like butta. This is a great dish to make if you have friends coming over ’cause you can pop it in the oven and forget about it for a couple of hours. The more you cook it the more tender it becomes.

Enjoy!

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