Sciabo Sugo di Carne,Grilled Ossibuchi , grilled ciabatta

Sciabo Sugo di Carne,Grilled  Ossibuchi , grilled ciabatta
 
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Ingredients

Ingredients
Method
 
  • For the Sciabo Sugo di Carne
  • 100g mince lean pork
  • 100g mince lean beef
  • 3 good size ox tail pieces
  • 2 chicken thighs skin on
  • 500 ml approx. red wine
  • 150 ml good quality tomato passata
  • 2 tbsp fine minced onion
  • 1 carrot peeled cut in quarters
  • water if needed
  • 1/2 package dry sciabo pasta
  • globe basil or regular basil two good size sprigs
  • parmigiano for finshed pasta
  • cracked black pepper
  • kosher or coarse sea salt
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • recommend that you have a pair of latex or vinyl kitchen prep gloves .
  • For the Ossibuchi
  • 6 good size marrow bones ..
  • 4 slices of ciabatta bread
  • 2 cloves of fresh garlic
place a small amount of oil in good size frypan
brown off each of the minces in a frypan and drain off extra fat.. put browned meat in a good size pot.

season your chicken thighs and oxtail pieces with salt and pepper and brown off and add to the pot

Add the minced onion , the tomato passata and the carrot pieces ..

Deglaze the fry pan with the wine and add to pot

add water if needed to bring the liquid level just above the meat.. ( or more wine if you prefer)

Simmer for 1 ½ hrs with lid off..

take out the chicken, oxtail and carrot pieces

Using the gloves shred the meat off of the thighs
And it will take some time to pick the oxtail meat off the bones and separate out the cartilage.
discard the carrot pieces. [ They were in the pot to take away the acidity according to my Nona..]

place the hand shredded meat back in the pot and reduce the sauce until any remaining liquid is absorbed into the meat.

After sauce is made it can keep in fridge for a couple of days and is easily split and frozen for later use

Ossibuchi

season the marrow bones with good sea salt or kosker salt and black pepper

Grill on a hot grill for approx 15 mins..

I did mine over charcoal and thne let them sit indirect with some maple smoke for about 5 mins.

Grill your ciabatta just before the marrow bones come off and rub with the garlic cloves



while your bones are grilling have large pot of water at the boil and drop your pasta about 5 mins before they are ready to come off the grill.


Cook the pasta according to package directions and add 3/4 of a cup of the sauce to a large sauce pan.. when the pasta is cooked al dente drain and mix with the hot sauce in the hot pan.

garnish with parmigiano , black pepper, and a few fine drizzles of extra virgin olive oil, minced globe basil






Sciabo Sugo di Carne,Grilled Ossibuchi , grilled ciabatta

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This is a Northern italian inspired meat sauce. Very simple but when done the sauce has a deep rich meat flavour .. It is very different from what most ppl would think of as a meat sauce.. Very little Tomato, very thick somewhat dry sauce.. It is meant to coat the pasta very sparingly but have lots of flavour..
the grilled marrow bones just are insanely good grilled over charcoal and smoked with maple wood. served with garlic rubbed ciabatta so you can spread the marrow on it.

Method


place a small amount of oil in good size frypan
brown off each of the minces in a frypan and drain off extra fat.. put browned meat in a good size pot.

season your chicken thighs and oxtail pieces with salt and pepper and brown off and add to the pot

Add the minced onion , the tomato passata and the carrot pieces ..

Deglaze the fry pan with the wine and add to pot

add water if needed to bring the liquid level just above the meat.. ( or more wine if you prefer)

Simmer for 1 ½ hrs with lid off..

take out the chicken, oxtail and carrot pieces

Using the gloves shred the meat off of the thighs
And it will take some time to pick the oxtail meat off the bones and separate out the cartilage.
discard the carrot pieces. [ They were in the pot to take away the acidity according to my Nona..]

place the hand shredded meat back in the pot and reduce the sauce until any remaining liquid is absorbed into the meat.

After sauce is made it can keep in fridge for a couple of days and is easily split and frozen for later use

Ossibuchi

season the marrow bones with good sea salt or kosker salt and black pepper

Grill on a hot grill for approx 15 mins..

I did mine over charcoal and thne let them sit indirect with some maple smoke for about 5 mins.

Grill your ciabatta just before the marrow bones come off and rub with the garlic cloves



while your bones are grilling have large pot of water at the boil and drop your pasta about 5 mins before they are ready to come off the grill.


Cook the pasta according to package directions and add 3/4 of a cup of the sauce to a large sauce pan.. when the pasta is cooked al dente drain and mix with the hot sauce in the hot pan.

garnish with parmigiano , black pepper, and a few fine drizzles of extra virgin olive oil, minced globe basil






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