Italian Stuffed Meat Rolls in Mott’s Clamato

What a versatile drink Mott’s Clamato is. I never knew how easily I could incorporate it into so many dishes. Ken, Amber and myself absolutely loved this. Using the extra spicy doesn’t give you lots of heat but lots of flavor!! I stuffed rouladen meat with cheese and the only complaint I had with this recipe is that the cheese oozed out. Maybe if you used a different cheese that doesn’t easily melt it would be better. It just ends up in the sauce which is not a bad thing anyway. Quick, easy and great make ahead meal, as I did this in the afternoon and just cooked the pasta in the evening and rewarmed the rolls. Try some Mott’s Clamato today instead of your tomato sauce, it works great!!


Italian Stuffed Meat Rolls in Mott's Clamato
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Recipe type: Entree
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Serves: 4
 
So full of flavor!!
Ingredients
  • 8 slices beef rouladen
  • 8 Mozzarella sticks
  • ½ cup freshly grated Parmesan
  • Garlic powder
  • Salt and pepper
  • 2 Tbsp. olive oil
  • 3 cups extra spicy Mott's Clamato
  • 1 156 ml. tomato paste
  • Tagliatelle, 2-3 nests per person
Instructions
  1. Lay two rouladen out and season with salt, pepper and garlic. Turn over and lay one mozzarella stick at the wide end, sprinkle with some parmesan and roll up. Repeat with remaining slices of rouladen. Tie each roll with two strings. Heat olive oil in a large saute pan and brown rolls quickly. Meanwhile add tomato paste to a large bowl and slowly incorporate the Clamato with a wooden spoon or whisk. Add to the saucepan and let simmer for 2 hours, covered.
  2. Boil pasta until al dente. Serve the rolls with sauce over top.

 

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13 thoughts on “Italian Stuffed Meat Rolls in Mott’s Clamato

  1. I can’t wait to make this….could you tell me what type of beef you mean by rouladen. Are you talking about skirt steak or flank steak or what? Thank you in advance for your reply.

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