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This is a great tasting dish. I did add an onion when I browned the beef, was also a bit more generous with the cheese (only 1 extra tablespoon) and the last half hour of the cooking added cubed courgette, so I did not have to cook that seperately. As you suggested I served it with pasta (orzo) The recipe makes a good amount of sauce, I used what was left with a spaghetti dish two days later.

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Pets'R'us November 25, 2002

Thanks, Nice recipe!

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hope2day June 10, 2007

this is my great grandmas recipe the only thing different i do is after you brown the roll you simmer in your sauce for 1 or 2 hours. this really brings all the flavors together. thanks for sharing.

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Ladies of the Lake-eM Cee January 04, 2007

Thanks for a great recipe! Authentic Italian taste and much easier to make than expected--the rolls held together beautifully with toothpicks. Simple sauce, but very good and fresh tasting. We served with broccoli and pastina.

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Jackie Favazza December 09, 2005

Papergoddess prepared this a couple days ago. I must say was great, i used ham instead of the bacon, only because it was handy.Prepared as your per your instructions and mmmmmmmm. Used toothpics to secure and wala good eating . thanks again for posting.

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hotsunday August 16, 2004
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