there is no braising recipe better than osso bucco with gremolata in my opinion. the wonderful flavor of the veal, the texture of the meat with the velvety thickness in a tomatoy sauce freshened and lightened with my all time favorite seasonings, garlic and lemon and tangerine zest lifting it to new heights of flavor. my recipe is a combination of the quintessential classic from time/life foods of the world and bert greene's gremolata in his kitchen bouquet cookbook can you tell i love this? :d just a few tips/suggestions here. 1. don't cut the meat in half if you are single/two ppl because you need to have the effect from the full number of shanks to get the velvety jelly like consistency of the sauce. its not jelly like when you eat it it warm but wait til you get the leftovers and you can see why the flavor is so rich and intense. leftovers can be frozen but i'm betting that you eat it all till its gone :) serving it to 6 ppl works but i actually prefer no more than 4. i want the leftovers. 2. ask your butcher to cut the shanks to the thickness in the recipe, or at a minimum 1 inch. or use extra if you can only get 1/2 inch ones. 3. try the marrow. one of the real wonders of this dish is taking a small spoon or knife and spreading the marrow on a crostini, or just with the sauce. its mild in flavor (i hate organ meats or weird internal things, but this is nothing like that) 4. substitute lamb shanks but again use enough to get the consistency needed. 5. i love the flavors of the garlic, don't be afraid of the amount in the gremolata, its balanced by the lemon and tangerine as well as parsley. (which i leave out sometimes) 6. to strain or not? i love it both ways, i think the sauce is finer and the flavors burst better if strained. when i am alone i often simply leave it as is with the veggies.
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