Osso Bucco - Ang Sarap
Osso bucco means "bone with a hole" in Italian; it was discovered in a neighbourhood type of restaurant (Osteria) locally in Milan during the 19th century. Traditionally served with risotto ala Milanese but can also be served with polenta, mashed potatoes or even pasta which makes it a complete meal, but for this version I will be serving it with saffron rice.