German Stuffed Rolls
If you love traditional German food, you're going to flip for German Stuffed Rolls. This hearty comfort food is the best portable ground beef recipe for your next lunch or dinner. The filling is a combination of ground beef, cabbage, and onion, and it's put inside a fluffy homemade dinner roll for the perfect meal. It's rare to find a full meal that's so compact and easy to eat. You can serve this dish with a vegetable side, but since it has cabbage in the filling, you really don't need to do so. This is soon going to be one of your favorite recipes with ground beef!
Preparation Time2 hr 30 min
Cooking Time20 min
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Apr 05, 2017
This recipe sounds delicious. I think I am going to try this. Does anyone know if rapid yeast can be used in these? That is the only that I have on hand. I have some cabbage I bought the other day, but I bet these will be even more delicious when I have fresh cabbage from my garden in a couple of months. My mouth is already watering thinking about it.
Jan 24, 2017
I'm liking all the German recipes on this site at the moment. I agree with BeckySue - it is a little extra work to make the homemade bread but I am glad for it as I am going to make my gluten free alternative. Then I can take a roll to work and have a great meal and not stress about what to eat for lunch for a week. I'll have to skip on the beer!
Dec 03, 2016
These stuffed German rolls, also called BIEROCKS, are so good! I've been given them as a present and so enjoyed them. Now, it's time to make these at home. I'll be trying this, even though it looks like a bit of work, it will be work well worth it. I've so enjoyed them, so it's time for me to give them as a present )
Mar 03, 2016
These are so good! Making the homemade bread is a little extra work, but worth it. I'm going to try it with some refrigerated dough next time to see if I can make it easier for the days I don't have the time to make homemade bread. I love cabbage, but not everyone in my family does, so I didn't tell them cabbage was in it-they just thought it was all chopped up onion! Ha ha!
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