Italian Meatloaf Roll-Up

"Adapted from a recipe from Rachael Ray's 30 Minute Meals. Original recipe calls for raisins and pine nuts - not my thing. I have prepared it with ground beef and pork only, no veal. Easy to prepare on a weeknight!!"
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  • Pre-heat oven to 350°F.
  • Mix meat and remaining meatloaf ingredients.
  • Flatten meat mixture out on a wax paper lined cookie sheet in a thin layer 1/2" thick x 12" long x 6 to 8" wide.
  • Cover meat with a layer each of arugula (or spinach), prosciutto and cheese.
  • Use the wax paper to help roll up the meat into a large log working across the 6 or 8" side, resulting in a 12" log.
  • Seal ends, place seam side down on a cookie sheet (I line with foil). Drizzle lightly with extra virgin olive oil.
  • Roast meat roll for approximately 40 minutes.

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