Recipe by Campbell's Kitchen
"It may be one of the simplest dishes in Italian cooking, but it's really tasty. Thinly sliced beef is rolled around a mixture of sauteed veggies and bread crumbs and served in a red sauce....sounds good, doesn't it?"
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red pepper, diced
plain dry bread crumbs
8 thin slices
top round beef for braciole (about 2 oz. each)
1 (24 ounce) jar
Prego® Veggie Smart Smooth & Simple Italian Sauce
i added finely chopped garlic and ground blaqck pepper with some sprinkled parmesan cheese to this and it was superb
Used my own fresh Italian veggie sauce; no further changes. It was delicious! Thanks so much for the recipe.
Made this for my wife last night. So easy and turns out fantastic.
Very good! Husband made this tonight. He added spinach & Swiss cheese just for some more oomph. DELICIOUS!!!
This was really good. One tip though, try to get it sliced by a butcher, as it's easier to roll as it is thinner and more uniform. Great flavor, tasted awesome
This is so simple, yet surprisingly good. I used Panko instead of Italian breadcrumbs (because that's what I had), and replaced half with freshly grated parmesan cheese. I also added freshly ground pepper to the mix. I used fresh tomato basil sauce, and served it over fusilli.
A nice, creative way to use steak. It took some time, since I made two pounds of steak, but the taste was well worth the effort :)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 91
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