Ossobuco originated in northern Italy
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Ossobuco is a hearty dish originally made with braised cross-cut veal shanks. For today's recipe, you may use veal or beef shanks.
Courtesy Salim Ben Mami
Ossobuco originated in northern Italy.
I developed this Ossobuco recipe mainly because I am able to use natural grass-fed beef from High Sierra farm in Oregon House. Originally, Ossobuco (from northern Italy, Milan area) was a cross-cut veal shank. The name means "bone in the hole" if translated literally from Italian. The meat is oft. Read Ossobuco originated in northern Italy...