Sunday, August 30, 2015


Braciole is a traditional Sunday Italian-American dinner. It’s made even better by adding a little pasta or polenta on the side. It simmers slowly on the stove for four hours. While the amazing aroma of this cooking fills the house, listen to a couple of Puccini operas, Luciano Pavarotti or Enrico Caruso. You can prepare the steak the day before and refrigerate. For added flavor add a few Italian sausages to the gravy. Brown them before you brown the steaks and simmer together. Tutti a tavola a mangiare!

The recipe is in my cookbook available on or a signed copy from my website. It's also available in 4 Seattle area Costcos.

No comments:

Post a Comment