Veggie Stuffed Rouladen & Marinara 

I felt like changing things up this weekend and put a different spin on pasta. I grabbed some Rouladen cut beef and the veggies we enjoy in a regular spaghetti or Lasagna sauce. My man was a bit iffy about this dish at first but when it came to dinner time guess who became a fan 😊 it really is a fantastic and affordable way to change up spaghetti night!

  • 1 pkg Beef Rouladen (usually comes with 3 pieces of meat)
  • 1 medium green bell pepper 
  • 1 medium red bell pepper 
  • 1 large carrot
  • 1 small zucchini 
  • 1 medium onion
  • 1 cup chopped spinach
  • 2 – 3 cups Fire Roasted Marinara or more if desired
  • Grated mozzarella and parm to taste
    1. Pour marinara into slow cooker and heat to high.
    2. Julien all the veggies except the spinach, you just want to roughly chopped that and mix it into the marinara right away. Put the julienned veggies aside.
    3. Unpack the beef and lay it out flat on a clean workspace. 
    4. Add desired amounts of veggies on the beef, I used 4 of each vegtable. For present purposes I left the veggies sticking half way out of the beef.
    5. Starting on one end roll the beef around the veggies so you have a nice tight bundle. Continue until all the beef and vegetables are used. 
    6. Place the bundles in the marinara and spoon sauce over the bundles. 
    7. Cook on high for 5 hours or 8 hours on low. 
    8. Remove bundles and place on a baking dish. Cover with desired amount of cheese and broil until melted.
    9. Serve over penne or pasta of choice.

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