The Cotoletta alla Milanese is probably the most popular dish of the Lombard cuisine. A tasty, thick veal chop bone-in breaded and pan-fried! Unfortunately, the popularity of this has been pushed several cheap variations, very far from the original delicious Milanese cutlet. Here the authentic recipe and the history of Cotoletta alla Milanese!
Osso buco Milanese recipe (named in Italy”Ossobuco alla milanese”) is a traditional entree, very popular in Milan. Today I propose you the authentic eighteen-century version. The floury veal shanks are slow-cooked with onions, and white wine. A mixture of fresh Italian parsley, lemon zest and fresh garlic called Gremolata complete this tasty Italian recipe!