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Braciole

Ricotta and prosciutto stuffed beef rolls in tomato sauce. Braciole means 'arms' in Italian

Braciole

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You can add 1 cup of Frozen Peas to the sauce

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Posted by jackicam • 5y ago • Report
Why don't you try some chopped hard boiled eggs mixed with a little cream and grated tasty cheese instead. Or some bocconcini/mozzarella.
Posted by Philippa Wightman • 5y ago • Report
Jackie I made these for dinner last night (although I substitued veal leg steak, pounded out a fair bit) and they were a huge hit! Thanks for sharing!! Served them with roasted kipflers, julienne of carrots & brussels sprouts (we already had 2 pasta meals this week so thought meat & 3 veg would be kinder to our waistlines!) Graeme gave you a 10/10!
Posted by jackicam • 5y ago • Report
Glad they did the trick : ) I reckon your Graeme is a very lucky bloke!
Posted by NB2 • 5y ago • Report
Hi Jackie, This recipe looks great, I want to make it however my husband doesn't really like ricotta in savoury dishes, can you recommend another cheese or something else in its place? Thanks
Posted by jackicam • 5y ago • Report
I guess I can run but I can't hide...: ) Don't worry, I'm on it Giz.
Posted by Hot Chilli • 5y ago • Report
Have always wanted to make Braciole so was happy when I saw this recipe. I couldn't find butchers string so just had to use tooth picks to keep the meat rolled up. It worked OK but the string would have been much better. The beef was tender and tasted great. Thanks.