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Beef Braciole

by Keith Brunell, Dallas, TX | Written on October 11, 2011

Beef braciole is a family favorite that is braised low and slow with tomato gravy and was inspired by Sunday dinners at Nonna’s house growing up. Bring in your family to enjoy the comfort of Nonna’s cooking at Maggiano’s with this month’s Little Italy Favorite.

Two pieces of beef braciole stuffed with ground beef, ricotta, fresh herbs and focaccia, served on top of pappardelle pasta in a tomato gravy

  • Joann Cameron

    My mouth is watering !

  • Richard Gaffron

    That truly looks delicious.

  • Cheryl

    The New Jersey version of braciole is also stuffed with pignoli nuts and raisins; haven’t been back in 8 years yet can still taste it.  Can’t wait to come in and try Maggiano’s version.

  • Barbara

    That looks amazing. My mouth is watering. Will have to pay a visit and try it.

  • MaryAnne

    I had this last evening and it was absolutely delicious.  The spices were perfect.  It was just wonderful.  I loved it.  I would recommend trying it out.  Also, the pumpkin cheesecake is just delicious.

  • Jeff Winterburg

    My mom used to make her version with beef or veal. Magnifico. Can you give me your recipe please?

  • Jwinterburg

    I didn’t see this on your online menu. Is it served at all your locations.?

  • Kele

    My nephew absolutely loves this recipe!  Unfortunately, the Maggiano’s in Atlanta has stopped serving this dish.  Would you please post the recipe for beef braciole?  Thank you!!!

  • Adam

    This is my favoriate dish and was super excited to have it this weekend.  To my horror it has been removed from the menu. Please bring it back and where can i get the recipe for it

  • Liz Peters

    Pasta is my weakness! Spaghetti, pizza, macaroni – name it all!  Beef braciole is definitely getting added to my list of my favorite dishes. That one in the photo looks so inviting! If only I could eat it. Hehe. =)

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