Italian Veal Osso Buco Recipe


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  1. Who said you can't get creative with ingredients?! Pesto seems like a plenty complimentary addition to this. I wonder, did you use it in substitute for gremolata in a way?

    Thanks for the video. I'm a big fan of one pot/one pan meals and this looks great!

  2. Where's the onion? Where's the garlic? Where's the celery? Why do you add mushrooms and this ridiculous pesto? Do you actually know how to make Osso Bucco? You don't even know how to pronounce it. DON'T PUT CHEESE ON IT YOU IDIOT – where's the "gremolata" the lemon zest and the chopped parsley/onion mixture?

  3. dude most people who are going to take on this recipe, leave the most of what you said behind. simplify things for a slow cooker. which is what most people have. Really tieing meat up

  4. I live in Italy and am an Italian American, I can't help to notice that Americans tend to add too many ingredients, that are not necessary, when it comes to Italian cooking, Italian cooking is very simple, and has few ingredients. We don't use pesto for cooking, Pesto is used in Italy only as a condiment for pasta. Ossobuco is a recipe that comes from Northern Italy, has no pesto no mushrooms and served with risotto. There is also a southern version, with peas, still no pesto. ..

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