Wild Boar Osso Buco | 1.5 Lbs.

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Wild Boar Osso Buco

Wild Boar Osso Buco is a traditional Italian dish that is typically made with veal shanks. However, we've decided to switch things up and use Wild Boar instead. Wild boar is a leaner, healthier alternative to veal, and it has a delicious, mild flavor that your guests are sure to love.

If you're looking for an amazing and unique dish to serve at your next dinner party, look no further than Wild Boar Osso Buco. This dish is sure to impress your guests, and it's surprisingly easy to make! You can prepare Wild Boar Osso Buco using simple ingredients that you can find at your local grocery store. So what are you waiting for? Get cooking!

Season with salt and pepper. To start the braising process, sear the Wild Boar in a pan on the stovetop. Then, cover with a braising liquid (water or stock) and place in the oven (325F) for about two and a half hours. Serve over vegetables, pasta, potatoes or polenta, and enjoy!

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Wild Boar Osso Buco

Wild Boar Osso Buco is a traditional Italian dish that is typically made with veal shanks. However, we've decided to switch things up and use Wild Boar instead. Wild boar is a leaner, healthier alternative to veal, and it has a delicious, mild flavor that your guests are sure to love.

If you're looking for an amazing and unique dish to serve at your next dinner party, look no further than Wild Boar Osso Buco. This dish is sure to impress your guests, and it's surprisingly easy to make! You can prepare Wild Boar Osso Buco using simple ingredients that you can find at your local grocery store. So what are you waiting for? Get cooking!

Season with salt and pepper. To start the braising process, sear the Wild Boar in a pan on the stovetop. Then, cover with a braising liquid (water or stock) and place in the oven (325F) for about two and a half hours. Serve over vegetables, pasta, potatoes or polenta, and enjoy!

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
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Jacqueline Savard
Wild Boar Osso Buco

It was the first time I have ordered and cooked Wild Boar meat. I cooked it up, in the crockpot on low, with onions, garlic, 1 carrot per person, bay leaves, whole cloves, brown gravy, half a bottle of red wine, salt and pepper and a handful of (believe it or not) dried soup veggies. 30 Minutes before it was done I added some medium noodles.(Total cooktime 8hrs) The meat was super tender, fall of the bone and the tendons, cartilage just melted. The family loved it! Highly recommend!

A
Anthony Phillips
VERY unimpressive

I cook 3 times a day and usually when I make this cut I use veal and it is fantastic. This wild boar was seemingly a cut right through the knee joint. In fact I never even ate it. There was nothing to eat. It was all bone and gristle and just tasted like shitty pork fat and I threw it away. I was very surprised and disappointed and will never make that mistake again. I actually stopped purchasing anything as a result. I paid good money for it. It was a total waste and a major turn off.

G
Gwen

Very tender. Did not have a strong “gamey” taste. Would reorder.

M
Mike Adz
I would Kiss the Boar that Blessed Us . . .

. .with an Amazing meal. So good. If you are a 1st timer, make sure to research the best way to cook this amazing meat.

T
Tom in Ohio

Wild Boar Osso Buco

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
91%
(10)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
9%
(1)
J
Jacqueline Savard
Wild Boar Osso Buco

It was the first time I have ordered and cooked Wild Boar meat. I cooked it up, in the crockpot on low, with onions, garlic, 1 carrot per person, bay leaves, whole cloves, brown gravy, half a bottle of red wine, salt and pepper and a handful of (believe it or not) dried soup veggies. 30 Minutes before it was done I added some medium noodles.(Total cooktime 8hrs) The meat was super tender, fall of the bone and the tendons, cartilage just melted. The family loved it! Highly recommend!

A
Anthony Phillips
VERY unimpressive

I cook 3 times a day and usually when I make this cut I use veal and it is fantastic. This wild boar was seemingly a cut right through the knee joint. In fact I never even ate it. There was nothing to eat. It was all bone and gristle and just tasted like shitty pork fat and I threw it away. I was very surprised and disappointed and will never make that mistake again. I actually stopped purchasing anything as a result. I paid good money for it. It was a total waste and a major turn off.

G
Gwen

Very tender. Did not have a strong “gamey” taste. Would reorder.

M
Mike Adz
I would Kiss the Boar that Blessed Us . . .

. .with an Amazing meal. So good. If you are a 1st timer, make sure to research the best way to cook this amazing meat.

T
Tom in Ohio

Wild Boar Osso Buco

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Wild Boar Osso Buco | 1.5 Lbs.

$35.10