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osso bucco veal shanks with lemon tangerine gremolata

Desciption

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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Nutritions

  • Carbohydrates: 872.0
  • Fats: 64.0
  • Dietary Fiber: 30.0
  • Minerals: 20.0
  • Proteins: 180.0
  • Vitamins: 61.0
  • Water: 7.0

Steps

  1. Both work
  2. Heat oven to 350
  3. Melt butter in a dutch oven / casserole dish or use an electric frying pan for it all
  4. Add chopped carrots
  5. Celery and onion to butter until they are lightly colored
  6. In a heavy skillet heat 6 tbs olive oil
  7. Season veal and dredge in flour then brown on all sides including edges
  8. Add to casserole on top of vegetables
  9. Deglaze the skillet by adding the cup of wine and scraping up the browned bits
  10. Boil till reduced to 1 / 2 cup
  11. Add stock
  12. Tomatoes and herbs
  13. Bring to a boil and pour over veal
  14. Make sure it comes at least 1 / 2 way up the side of the meat and add more wine or stock if needed
  15. Cover the pot and bake in oven for 1 1 / 2 hours basting occasionally until meat is fork tender
  16. Remove veal from casserole
  17. And if you wish put meat in oven heated up to 450 on a plate until it browns and glazes
  18. Or just set it aside and keep warm
  19. To strain the sauce press through a fine mesh sieve until all juice is back in the pot
  20. Can be whizzed in the processor as well
  21. Heat to boiling
  22. Add the lemon and tangerine peel
  23. Garlic and parsley
  24. Boil till reduced and thickened
  25. Season to taste with salt and pepper
  26. Pour over the meat
  27. Garnish with a few strips of zest from both fruits
  28. Serve with risotto alla milanese or plain rice
  29. And some crusty bread to put the marrow on and mop up the sauce
  30. If you have any leftovers enjoy
  31. And if there is no meat but just sauce its wonderful over rice or noodles as a light supper

Step 22

Total Time in Minute 165

Ingredients Count 21

cooking osso bucco  veal shanks  with lemon tangerine gremolata

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Ingredients

Butter

Onions

Carrot

Celery

Garlic cloves

Veal shanks

Salt and pepper

Flour

Olive oil

Dry white wine

Fresh basil

Dried thyme

Chicken stock

Tomatoes

Sugar

Bay leaves

Gremolata

Lemon peel

Tangerine peel

Garlic

Parsley

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