Recipe by NANCY73
"When I was young, my mother used to buy cuts of meat at a butcher shop in the north end of Boston called Al Capone's. That night she would always make her Al Capone Roast. This is a variation of my mothers recipe. Have the butcher run the flank steak through the tenderizer."
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flank steak, pounded thin for easy rolling
1 (4 ounce) can
finely chopped black olives
minced fresh mushrooms
Italian seasoning, divided
garlic powder, or to taste
My husband tried this recipe and it came out delicous. He found it very easy to prepare. Instead of using garlic powder next time he will try fresh garlic. He may also try using hot green olives next time too. The family liked this one very much.
This sounded like it was going to be great, but it was just kind of weird. Probably won't make it again.
This was ok....I guess it just wasn't for us. All the same ....thanks.
This is excellent and has become a family favorite!! Thanks for sharing!
Absolutely gross! Not even fit for the dogs
I'm still new to cooking so this may have beeen a little too tricky for me to attempt. But since my father used to work for Al Capone (the butcher) when he was a young man I had to give it a try. Thanks for the wonderful recipe and memories!
The family enjoyed it.
What a terrable thing to do to a flank steak!!
It sound good , but that is not how it ended up.
Tried this again just incase I screwed up..still not good!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Al Capone Roast
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 344
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