How to Make World’s Best Braciole Recipe Cooking Italian with Joe

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Join Joe Borio, host of, “Cooking Italian with Joe”, in his kitchen as he brings you grandma Borio’s recipe of Braciola with a delicious tomato sauce and pasta. This is truly an authentic Italian recipe that brings you right back to old Italy for you and your family.
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RJ Bonifacio says:

Sorry Joe but I tuned away from your demo when you began with using better cut meat of London Broil which is not a cut and @ the following on 826 tenderizing “scar tissue” and 837 “caramelizing “ your pounded meat. But hey “fagetaboutit” cuz most home cooks don’t know.

Guy Wilson Mendes says:

Fantastic video.

Giovanna Vissa says:

My mom used to make them. Is th3 meat Sirloin.

montrealstars60 says:

Being Italian and now living in Italy, I can honestly say that this is not an authentic Italian Braciola recipe, but modernized. I also don't believe Italians had the luxury of having almonds back in the days. However, the authentic recipe for Italian braciola is quite more simple. Salt, peper, chapped garlic, chopped parsley and grated cheese. Look it up and you'll see. However, not saying it's not good. Looks amazing!

Bruno E. Santos says:

My wife is making this recipe today.

Freetasman says:

Superb, to do justice an excellent wine and homemade pasta is a must. I guess that also can go with Hungarian potato dumplings ( gombocs) Thank you for sharing

Jon D says:

You are an excellent!!!your family. Tout you well. We couldn't afford the expensive meat and used thick flank steaks!!! Italion cooking has changed so much since the great depression everything was homemade pasta etc they used more eggs & breadcrumbs cause. They couldn't afford the meat it spread out more for a big family same as the paste& water food had to be stretch out back in the day; no more today thank God from Grandpawww Louie LOL Guy!!!!!!!××××

Donna Duke says:

Gosh…..quit talking so much.

Joan L says:

Joe…what time is dinner? Lol. I never mix my ingredients together. What a perfect idea. I’ll do it that way next time…BUT, I don’t eat pork products cause pigs are wonderful, smart animals, but everything else here is great! Thanks, Joe.

Kay Mahon says:

Hi Joe loved your video do you have a recipe for the tomato sauce please 😊

Bruno E. Santos says:

Recipe, please…your filling have me intrigued.

Bruno E. Santos says:

I will subscribe when you post the recipe. Grandma Gina is 84 years old and she posted her recipe.

Susanne Moghadam says:

You talk too much get busy your losing me for goodness sake !

GETTINGEVEN GETTINGEVEN says:

Standing O<>Still standing

Matthew says:

Beautiful, Joe!
My family never made braciole before, but I’ve always wanted to try. Thanks for the recipe, paisano

Uga says:

this is much better than little cute dogies as girl magnets….. Who could resist all these illustious names, fragrance saturated metaphores generated in your head….

Bridget Peek says:

Loved the video so much that I subscribed to your channel!!😊

Mark Conti says:

Joe, i love your recipes, but you need to talk less, get to the point. I love the background, Joe i could match stories with you, Italian's have Family stories, more than Walt Disney.

kaiyodei says:

what is the dish that is like this but without the tomato sauce, and there is onions and pickle or capers inside?

James Locke says:

Nice recipe. I've been told that onions and garlic clash in a dish such as this one. In Italian cooking in Italy, I found that they use very high-quality ingredients as fresh as possible but fewer items than American cooks. But since I almost never go into the kitchen except for coffee I will bow to your expertise.

Forgotten Eden says:

Very entertaining in addition to informative. Thank you!

heeder777 says:

Love the presentation and the recipe, but hey! You were playing “Baby it’s cold outside” FANTASTIC. I know this was made before all the snowflakes said it was sexist so don’t change a thing Pizan! Love the video. I’m sweating onions and garlic as I reply!

dja2468 says:

Scar tissue?

NO5X says:

Joe, my mother's Ciaburri family is from Foggia, Puglia Italy. Our favorite pasta is Orecchiette, "little ears", great pasta with gravy, Minestrone soup and as a side dish with Chicken Cacciatore.

Melissa Culpepper says:

Hat an awesome video! I will be attempting this for New Year’s Day dinner!!!

Eugene Motes says:

You knocked it out the Ballpark. I'm definitely trying this recipe.😊

Dale Trayner says:

I had to walk away (I needed to hide my blushing) as you attempted to tie the string. I lost faith in your cooking ability with loose meat ends and loose strings etc. You had such beautiful opportunity with such a nice kitchen, nice steak….then…….pfft

Carol S. says:

I didn’t notice that you took the strings off after you cut it. Did you?

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