German Rouladen

German Rouladen

Updated 7/14/22

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German Rouladen
German Rouladen

Traditional German food is hearty and warms you to your bones. This German Rouladen recipe, a staple of German comfort food, is the ideal dinner recipe for a cold or rainy day because it will fill you up. Even better, it has bacon in it. The Rouladen is essentially a meat roll-up, with sliced roast beef on the outside and bacon, onions, and pickle on the inside. The beef gets soaked in flavor from the filling, so this dish has a very bold taste. You will love serving this heartiest of German meat dishes to your family along with some egg noodles to sop up the gravy.

Serves6

Preparation Time20 min

Cooking Time1 hr 30 min

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This sounds delicious! I had not encountered rouladen before coming across this recipe and I really want to try this out. The writer makes mention of other rouladen recipes that use mustard and/or horseradish. Being a fan of both, I might try making it up with a good horseradish mustard and see how it tastes. The nice thing is that since they're made separately, you can easily vary the ingredients from one to another. I like spaetzle so I'll use those as a change from egg noodles.

I have been looking everywhere for this recipe. My German friend use to make this for me when I was in Germany. All I could remember was the rollup and haven't been able to find the recipe. Thank you so much for having it posted here because I loved this and now you have made my year!!

Rouladen. My family's favorite. Instead of serving this with noodles, I love serving it with potato dumplings and red cabbage on the side. And I thought I knew how to make rouladen, and yet when I looked at the recipe, I see a whole new way to tackle mine next time. I liked how Morgan just rolled hers up and used toothpicks. I used to struggle to tuck in the ends so the filling wouldn't fall out. So difficult to do. Next time, I'm trying it her way!

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