Al Capone Roast

Very interesting type of "roast". Originally came from a cookbook from northern Wisconsin where Al Capone used to hang out. Otherwise I have no idea how the name came about, but its a great meal, even for a gangster!

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  • Brown sausage and slice in finger sized pieces.
  • Slice 1 pepper, 1/2 of onion and cheese into finger sized pieces.
  • Place all on top of long end of steak.
  • Slice 1/2 of mushrooms and mince garlic and place on top of previous items.
  • Salt and pepper to taste.
  • Heat oil into 13x9 baking dish.
  • Roll up jelly roll fashion and secure with toothpicks.
  • Slice remaining pepper, onion, mushrooms and place around steak in the pan.
  • Sear in 450 oven turning occasionally for 1/2 hour.
  • Mix paste and water together, and pour over steak.
  • Reduce heat to 400 and cook for 45-60 minutes til done.
  • Remove toothpicks and slice.
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"Very interesting type of "roast". Originally came from a cookbook from northern Wisconsin where Al Capone used to hang out. Otherwise I have no idea how the name came about, but its a great meal, even for a gangster!"
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  1. Kim127
    I really liked this! The flavors were awesome! I ended up using mozzarella cheese and 4 really thin steaks (about 1/4 pound each)and tried to stuff as much in each one as possible :) and then whatever was leftover I put around the steaks after the first half hour. I also topped it with more mozzarella the last 10 minutes of cooking, yum....cheese. I served it with pasta andI think next time I will cut up even more mushrooms and onions and add more sauce then listed in the recipe so there's more for the pasta. Because of the smaller steaks, I overcooked it a little, but it was still outstanding and I can only imagine how much better it will be when I get it right! Thanks Laurie for the recipe and for answering all my questions about it!
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  2. LAURIE
    Very interesting type of "roast". Originally came from a cookbook from northern Wisconsin where Al Capone used to hang out. Otherwise I have no idea how the name came about, but its a great meal, even for a gangster!
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