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Maggiano’s Steaks: Contadina and al Forno Style

by Keith Brunell - Dallas, TX | Written on June 11, 2013

Contadina and al Forno are two presentations we have always done as an addition to all of our Maggiano’s steaks. They are extreme dishes and are among the most decadent of Italian-American steak presentations.

Maggiano's Steaks: Contadina and al Forno Style
Prime New York Steak – Contadina Style

 

Contadina style includes two Italian Sausage links, Crispy Red Vesuvio-Style Potatoes, Roasted Red & Yellow Peppers, Roasted Mushrooms, Caramelized Onions, Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Steak Jus, and Garlic Butter – many of guests refer to this as a meal in itself and it is the WOW of all steaks.

Al Forno style is when the steak finished and baked with Gorgonzola Cheese, and served on a bed of Portabella Mushrooms that have been cooked in Balsamic Vinegar, Steak Jus and Garlic.

Doesn’t that sound like the perfect Father’s Day dish? They have always been hidden secrets and also can be done with Chicken Scallopine as well if requested.

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  • Jim

    Honestly, this dish looks and sounds horrendous. How are two big sausage links supposed to be side dishes? In addition to the other sides, this meal sounds perfect for stuffing your face to your own death

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