This is another way to make Ossobuco. I’ve already shared two other recipes on how I prepare this cut of meat here as a pasta sauce and here with some lovely naan. Definitely worth a try too.
The difference with this recipe is it has more of a curry flavour, which I like. You can add chili powder if you like your food hot but if the kids will eat it, just leave it out.
Dry the beef shank then apply the spice rub liberally. Heat oil in a large pan on high heat. Sear them till brown and set aside.
You can have this with mashed potatoes, matoke, mushenye (mashed sweet potatoes and beans, chapati or rice too. It’s up to you.
Try it and enjoy a new curried way of having your beef shanks. Yum!