This recipe is from Episode 2 of Secret Meat Business


  • 1 x Kilo veal pieces

  • 1 x Garlic

  • 1 x Stalk celery

  • 3 x Anchovies

  • 1 x Carrot

  • 1 x Bay leaf

  • 1 x Onion

  • ½ Cup of kalamata olives

  • 1 x Teaspoon baby capers

  • ½ x Cup red wine

  • ½ x Cup port

  • Tomato Juice

  • Lemon zest


  • 1.

    Season veal pieces with salt and pepper

  • 2.

    Take a hot baking pan; add olive oil and veal pieces

  • 3.

    Sear the meat on both sides

  • 4.

    After meat is sealed remove from the baking pan and place on a side plate

  • 5.

    Roughly chop up on garlic and add to the baking pan

  • 6.

    Cut celery into large pieces and place into the pan along with 3 anchovies and one carrot cut into large pieces

  • 7.

    Add ½ a cup of green olives to the pan and stir ingredients

  • 8.

    Chop an onion into large pieces and add to the pan along with a small bunch of thyme and 1 bay leaf.

  • 9.

    Season with a small amount of salt and pepper and 1 teaspoon of capers

  • 10.

    Add ½ a cup of red wine and ½ a cup of port

  • 11.

    Add the veal pieces back into the pan and add 1 cup of tomato juice

  • 12.

    Cook for 1-½ hours until the veal is cooked

  • 13.

    Serve veal Osso Bucco on a bed of polenta with a drizzle of olive oil over the top, and garnish with a small amount of lemon zest.

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Posted by Report
I have tried many Osso bucco recipes and hand down this is the best! Tons of flavor, this will be my last Osso bucco recipe! Fantastic!
Posted by Ann160Report
Absolutly love,love,love this recipe.Yum
Posted by Ann160Report
Absolutly love, love, love this recipe.Yum...
Posted by JoanneReport
Have done a few different osso bucco recipes, but this is the best yet. Love it
Posted by AmandaRReport
Food for the soul! Love SMB and Adrian's sense of humor as he delivers his recipes. As soon as I saw this I knew I had to make it - delicious!