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Maw-Maw’s Italian Braciole – Mondays with MiMi

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   Carlee and I were talking about the roulade that her aunt Linda used to make. This made me think of the steak rolls that my mother used to make when I was a child. They were one of my favorite meals.

     I immediately called her to get the recipe. She wasn’t exactly sure how she made them but as we talked about it she remembered. I think we got it pretty close. 

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     My mother, MawMaw, had probably eaten something similar when she was out to dinner one night and tried to replicate it at home. This is what she came up with and it was an instant favorite of mine. In my early marriage I made this several times. Somehow it found its way out of our lineup of meals. I’m so glad that this recipe is back in our lives.

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      She recalled discussing what she made for dinner one night with some of her friends as they were playing golf. It just so happens that there was an Italian lady or two in her group. They knew immediately what she was talking about. They called it Braciole. Pronounced bra jewel. 
Nobody will really care what it’s called. Let’s just call them the best steak rolls ever!  
-MiMi


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Maw-Maw’s Italian Braciole

Ingredients:
Braciole:
1.5 pound thinly sliced beef flank steak, round steak or Swiss steak cut into 4×5″ pieces. (My pieces weren’t as thin as I wanted so I pounded them out in a gallon zip bag)
3 c. spaghetti sauce


Filling:
3 eggs, slightly beaten
3 cloves garlic 
1 tsp.dried basil
1 tsp. dried oregano
1 T. dried parsley
3/4 c. grated Parmesan/Romano cheese
1 c. shredded mozzarella cheese
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp. pepper
1 c.  breadcrumbs

You will also need cotton string or  kitchen twine

Stir together all of the filling ingredients. 
Smear about 1/4 Cup of the filling each piece of steak. Roll them and secure with a couple pieces of the twine.
Brown the steak rolls as you work and place them in a 9×13″ casserole. 
Pour the spaghetti sauce over all of the steak rolls. 
Cover with foil and bake at 350° for about an hour. 
Remove the strings before you serve them. 

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Unknown

Wednesday 11th of May 2016

Yum! These look delicious! I'm going to try out this weekend! Thanks so much for sharing at funtastic friday

Carlee

Wednesday 11th of May 2016

I hope you love them!! I can't wait to hear how it goes!

Unknown

Wednesday 11th of May 2016

This sounds so interesting, I've never even heard of Braciole. I bet it tastes wonderful!

Carlee

Wednesday 11th of May 2016

It is so good! My brothers thought it was like a meatball crossed with a steak, which kind of makes sense!

Miz Helen

Tuesday 10th of May 2016

I can't wait to make this awesome and flavorful recipe! Thanks so much for sharing them with us at Full Plate Thursday and come back soon! Miz Helen

Carlee

Tuesday 10th of May 2016

I hope you love it!

Frugal Hausfrau

Tuesday 10th of May 2016

Oh does this sound perfect on one of our cold, wet, spring days! Funny, but I've taken to calling my step mom maw maw, ever since we watched a bit of raising hope! :)

Carlee

Wednesday 11th of May 2016

It is perfect for this grey weather we've been having. We've called my mom's mom maw-maw ever since I was born (we seem to be into nicknames!)

Unknown

Monday 9th of May 2016

Wow! I've never heard of Braciole, where have they been all my life? They look really delicious, pinning this recipe, it is a must try! I'm sure my husband will love them!!!

Carlee

Monday 9th of May 2016

My brothers were amazed! I don't know why MiMi has held out on us so long! Thanks, Nikki!