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Veal Braciola is tender veal cutlets rolled up with a delicious filling and braised until fork tender in you favorite tomato sauce.

My Grandmother’s recipe uses beef or specifically flank steak.

In Italy the dish is involtini or involtini di manzo. Literally it means small bite and consists of a small bite of food with an outer layer or wrapper. Involtini di manzo is made with beef, as manzo means beef. This braciole recipe is one of the many dishes I ate as a kid. Now …

Recipe from: https://www.gastro-grub.com/braciole-recipe.html In Sicilian cuisine,  Italian-American cuisine and Italian Australian cuisine, braciola or the plural braciole (the word is commonly pronounced /bra’zhul/ from the Sicilian language) is the name given to thin slices of meat (typically pork, chicken, beef, or swordfish) that are rolled as a roulade (this category of rolled food is known as involtini in Italian) with cheese and bread crumbs and fried. In Sicilian, this dish is also called bruciuluni. Braciole can …