How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  • In food processor mix the bread or cracker crumbs, cheese, eggs, herbs and garlic until it forms a paste
  • Brush the pounded flank steak with vegetable oil and season to taste with salt and pepper
  • Spread the paste evenly over the meat
  • Roll the pounded meat tightly and tie with kitchen twine
  • Sear all sides of the meat in a hot skillet or saute pan
  • Pour tomato sauce or paste in 9 x 13 inch baking dish
  • Add seared meat to the tomato sauce or paste.
  • Cover dish with a tinfoil tent (do not let tinfoil touch the meat)
  • Braise for 1 hour (add up to 1 more hour, if needed for more tenderness)
  • Remove from heat, uncover, and allow to rest 10 minutes
  • Slice the hot braciole into 1 1/2 inch portions
  • Place parmesan crisp in each serving dish
  • Place a spoonful of tomato sauce on parmesan crisp, top with a braciole round and and more tomato sauce.

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  • JanetKuper 6 years ago
    What is the parmesan crisp that is mentioned? I do not see it anywhere in the recipe on how to make it? Please advise. Wanting to make this weekend for Italian Dinner Party.
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  • otterpond 9 years ago
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  • pleclare 10 years ago
    Looks great! Must try.
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  • flavorsofitaly 10 years ago
    I loooove braciole! I make it whenever I have the time. After searing, I like to add my braciole rolls to my Sunday Gravy (tomato sauce) and let it simmer for a couple of hours - the melded flavors are wonderful.
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  • recipediva 10 years ago
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