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                              DAGWOOD ITALIANO
 
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 Serving Size  : 4    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Lamb                             Italian
 
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
 --------  ------------  --------------------------------
    1                    Bell pepper, red
    1                    Bell pepper, green
    1 1/2   ts           Olive oil, divided
    1       t            Rosemary, fresh choped
                         Or
      1/4   ts           Dried crushed
    1                    Garlic, clove, minced
    1       tb           Red wine or broth
   12       oz           Lamb, bonles,loin,sirloin
    4                    French Bread 5"length
      1/2   c            Mozzerela,low fat,grated
      1/4   c            Parmesan cheese
 
   Roast red and green bell peppers in preheated 400*F oven 20-25 minutes. or
   until skins are slightly charred and shriveled. Remove from oven, transfer
   to plate, wrap with plastic wrap and let stand 10 minutes.
   
   Remove peppers from plastic, peel off skin remove seeds and cut into
   strips. Set aside. In large bowl combine rosemary, 1/2 teaspoon of the
   olive oil, garlic and wine or broth; add lamb and marinate 1 hour. Heat
   remaining oil in large nonstick skillet. Add lamb and sear on all sides.
   
   Place lamb on rack in shallow roasting pan. Insert meat thermometer in
   center part of lamb ond roast in preheated 375*F. oven to internal temp of
   140*F. about 27-34 minutes, or to desired doneness. Or grill 15-20 minutes.
   To construct sandwiches thinly slice lamb and arrange on four of the bread
   halves, alternating with red and green pepper strips. Top with mazzarella
   and Parmazon cheese. Pace under broiler until cheeses melt, bubble and turn
   light brown. Add top halves of bread and serve
   
   calories 344 protien 30g, carbohydrates 32g, fat 10g, fiber 1g,
   cholesterole 78mg, sodium 360mg
   
   From Modern Maturity Jun-July 92.
  
 
 
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