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Osso buco

An Italian dish, traditional in the area around Milan, made with chopped knuckle of veal, sautéed, then gently stewed with tomato, white wine, and onions. Generally served sprinkled with Gremolata - a mixture of chopped parsley, garlic and lemon peel.

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