Osso bucco is Italian for “hollowed bone”, and refers to the marrow-filled shin bone used in this dish. This recipe gives instructions for cooking osso bucco three different ways: stove top, pressure cooker or slow cooker. Each has a melt-in-your-mouth result.
The crockpot (or slow cooker) is often thought of as a symbol of the 1970s but has re-emerged in recent years as a solution for busy people who want flavoursome meals with minimum fuss, and it’s easy to see why. Although the cooking time is long, slow cooker meals require little preparation and so they [...]