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    Slow Cooker Veal dish - Osso Buco

    Red Apple Guy
    Mon Oct 14, 2013 3:02 pm
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    Let me recommend a recipe to you. Yesterday I cooked veal in the crockpot as veal was on sale and I love, I mean LOVE Osso Buco.

    The recipe is Slow Cooker Osso Buco and is fairly easy to make and is delicious. You brown floured veal shanks (I used other cuts as there were no shanks available) and soften carrots, celery and onions in the pan. Wine deglazes the pan and it and some tomatoes and broth all go into the crock pot.

    The recipe calls for 6-8 hours, but with the pre-cooking, it only took 3 hours on low.

    The gremolata rocked! We served it over brown rice.

    Wish I had taken photos, but this is a killer dinner with a great name (Osso Boooko).
    Tue Oct 15, 2013 10:30 am
    Forum Host
    I love veal in all forms and I love your suggestion of using other cuts. Veal shanks are so darned expensive, but other cuts are sometimes on sale. You would not get the marrow from the bones, but I'm willing to live with that. Thanks for the suggestion!
    Red Apple Guy
    Tue Oct 15, 2013 9:19 pm
    Forum Host
    One cut I bought was an arm steak (I think) which included a marrow bone. The other cuts were leaner, better quality chops and were priced higher. Last week this particular store had shanks they placed on sale as they weren't selling. I missed the good prices on those.

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