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Brasciole Recipe

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Rosalie Guarino
Added: Sunday, September 2, 2007


6 T. Extra virgin olive oil...divided.
1 lb. Top round steak, about 1/4 inch thickness. Pound flat if larger.
1 Large onion.
2 Cloves garlic, Thinly sliced.
2 Hard boiled eggs\garlic...medium chop.
1 Handful of Romano grated cheese.
2 T. Fresh parsley.
Salt & pepper to taste.
Optional.. raisins, pine nuts(toasted), sautéed mushrooms, mozzarella cheese..grated.

Heat 3 T. oil in skillet under low heat.

Add onions and saute till tender, then add garlic for 1 more minute....remove from heat.

Place steak on cutting board and add salt and pepper to one side only.

Place layer of onion/garlic oil mixture on top of steak.

Place layer of chopped egg on top of onion/garlic mixture.

Add layers of other optional ingredients. I recommend at least adding toasted pine nut's.

Roll up and tie each end with oven proof string.

Heat remaining oil in skillet under low heat.

Place rolled up Brasciole in skillet and brown all sides....remove.

Place browned Brasciole in gravy for at least 1 hour under simmer heat.

Remove and let rest for 20 minutes, then slice into serving pieces. Should look like pin wheels.

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30 minutes plus simmer time




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