Making this braised classic in Wolf Gourmet’s multicooker lets you sear, slow-cook, and simmer the sauce all in the same pan. Serve over mashed potatoes or egg noodles, along with roasted root vegetables or sautéed greens.
The Osso Bucco that was in the juices cooking was delightful and tender. The meat that was out of the juices was tough. I roasted large pearl onions before adding and also gave the carrots 3 min in the microwave before adding (I have found that carrots never really cook well in my hot pot/slow cooker) . I had 2 large osso bucco and 2 small pieces. I would make sure all meat was covered by the broth/wine next time. Sauce was delicious.
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