Learn how to make a delicious meal by reading Peggy Woods recipe.
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This dish looks delicious Peggy. Your husband is a real treasure. I don't ever try to make fancy dishes like this anymore, but I found the article very interesting. Thank for sharing the recipe with all the wonderful pictures.
Pamela, Thank you for sharing the link to Peggy's hub and for creating this forum.
Peggy, I have never tried Braciole but it looks so yummy. I like it. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe with us.
Blessings and Love as always!
Thank you for sharing this recipe link. I have not tried making Braciole yet. I am sure it is delicious. Yummy!
This is my type of food, Peg. Thanks to your hubby and for sharing this great recipe.
Thank you for sharing, Pamela.
I have never seen meat labeled as Milanesa-style slices of beef, so I guess its top round and pound.
I wonder though if one could use a tender small steak like beef chuck eye for this one.
Your recipe sounds great.
I love eating meat like this and the perfect wine is a nice touch.
Thanks for sharing the braciole recipe with others on HubPages. The best part of all is that we have lots of it frozen for future meals!
Yes, I saw your note on Facebook even though I had not yet posted this recipe article there. Thanks for reading it and liking it.
I am pleased that you like the sound of this braciole recipe. It is so good! Wish you could taste it via this screen. Wouldn't that be great! (Smile)
I am sure that you would like this dish. You have experience eating different foods with the places you have lived. Enjoy!
I've never heard of braciole before. I appreciate the education. The meal looks interesting and very tasty. The information about wine is interesting as well. Peggy creates great recipe articles!
Since you said that this is your type of food, I hope you get to taste it in the near future. Enjoy! Thanks for reading and leaving a comment here.
That will be fun if you make this braciole recipe and share it with your family. Enjoy!
Thanks for your comment about making braciole as a treat for your family. Enjoy!
You are correct in saying that when husbands cook it is a plus. I am lucky that mine enjoys cooking and creating recipes. We both enjoy cooking. Thanks for your comment. One more day left in this year. Happy New Year!
If you cannot find Milanesa-style cut beef, then get the thinnest round steak you can find and pound it even thinner. That would be your best bet for this recipe.
I am glad that you found the information about braciole informative and also tasty. Thanks for your comment.
I don't see my response to you in the feed, so here it is again. If you cannot find already thinly sliced Milanesa-style beef, then pounding round steak as thinly as possible would be your best bet. Good luck! It is worth the effort!
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