Saffron risotto with osso buco and gremolata – Fratelli Paradiso
Italian: Ossobucco alla milanese
Osso bucco literally means ‘bone hole’, which refers to the cut of veal used from the shank which has marrow in the middle. It is an Italian veal stew – some versions contain vegetables and some contain tomato sauce. Allow one piece of osso bucco person, or two if they are small pieces.
It is typically served with Milanese risotto. The fresh gremolata sprinkled over the top really lifts the dish and makes it special.