Originally from Milan, in Lombardia region, Osso Buco is a typical Italian meat dish consisting of tender braised veal shanks seasoned with gremolata, a blend of garlic, parsley and lemon zest, which enhances the taste of meat.
Osso Buco is traditionally accompanied by saffron-scented Risotto alla Milanese and it is served as the main dish of the meal.
Pollo alla Cacciatora is a typical Italian meat dish originating in Tuscany, in Central Italy. Traditionally prepared by peasants, it consists of chicken meat, black olives, tomatoes, along with other vegetables and flavored with different herbs, such as fresh rosemary leaves.
This dish is usually prepared in autumn and winter and deliciously served as a second dish with mashed potatoes.
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Saltimbocca is a traditional dish of Rome, in the Lazio region, consisting of veal cutlets topped with slices of prosciutto and fresh sage leaves.
This dish is very simple to prepare and it is usually served as a second dish accompanied by fresh green salad or white cabbage.
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