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ElsieD

ElsieD

23 minutes ago, Okanagancook said:

@ElsieD wow.  That sauce!  That nice clean Frenched bone!  Classic accompaniments also look amazing.  Hope you had a nice bottle of red to go with.

 

Sauce was good.  I use the standard onions, carrots and celery when I cook the shanks and then strain it all out and reduce the sauce.  Works well.  Pinot Noir was part of the liquid along with beef broth.

 

Edited to add:  the shanks were already frenched.

ElsieD

ElsieD

17 minutes ago, Okanagancook said:

@ElsieD wow.  That sauce!  That nice clean Frenched bone!  Classic accompaniments also look amazing.  Hope you had a nice bottle of red to go with.

 

Sauce was good.  I use the standard onions, carrots and celery when I cook the shanks and then strain it all out and reduce the sauce.  Works well.  Pinot Noir was part of the liquid along with beef broth.

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