Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Slow Cooker Osso Buco Bianco from Winos and Foodies

Slow Cooker Osso Buco Bianco
Osso Buco, made in the slow cooker!  (Photo from Winos and Foodies.)

For anyone who's not familiar with it, Osso Buco is a classic Italian dish made with veal shanks braised in white wine and often served with risotto. It's something I've never tried to make at home, so I was intrigued by this recipe for Osso Buco Bianco from Winos and Foodies.  Barbara is in Australia, but she gives the U.S. measurements for ingredients as well as the metric ones, and this looks like a great dish to try for a special occasion. 

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe!  Use this link to get the recipe for Osso Buco Bianco from Winos and Foodies.

More Ideas with Beef in the Slow Cooker:
Beef Short Ribs for BBQ Sliders from Sass and Veracity
Beef with Tomatoes, Pearl Onions, and Portobello Mushrooms from Color Me Pink
Cuban Braised Beef and Peppers from Taste and Tell
Java Brisket from Amanda's Cookin'
Shredded Beef Tacos with Spicy Slaw and Avocado from Kalyn's Kitchen  

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2 comments:

  1. I think I need to get a slow cooker. I love osso buco - we love osso buco and I make it occasionally but I can see how great a slow cooker would be for a dish like this.

    I hope Barbara is healing well and quickly and I send big hugs xoxoxo

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  2. Jamie, I think the slow cooker is ideal for things like this that are cooked for a long time. And I agree, sending best wishes to Barbara, love her!

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