this is another favorite recipe of mine for quick lunches and snacks that you can pop outta the fridge or freezer and right into the microwave.
it does however take up an afternoon to make them up...but worth it (to me) in the long run.
bierocks...my version anyway.
what you need:
i use rhodes brand texas size frozen dinner rolls.
any brand should work as long as they are x-large or texas size.
mine were thawing slowly, so i set them outside in the sun for an hour...
they will then look like this.
for the filling you will need:
1 1/2 pounds hamburger...browned and drained.
3 c finely chopped cabbage.
a few sprinkles of garlic salt.
don't worry...it's not hot...it just adds to the flavor.
next get out your rolling pin and flour...and your step stool if your only 5 feet tall and can't reach your own kitchen countertop.
add about 2 tbl of meat mixture to the middle.
pop into a 350 degree oven and bake for 20-30 min or until bread is golden brown on top.
when they are done, let them cool and then wrap them up individually in cling wrap
or my favorite..press n seal.
the way i see it, if i'm gonna go to all that trouble then i'm gonna make it worth it.
and...if you run out of mixture and have extra rolls, fill them up with ham & cheese,
or cut up hot dogs and cheese, anything would really work. bake for the same time and temp.
just make sure you label which ones are which, unless you like the element of surprise.
and... if your really lazy, just line cresent roll squares in the bottom of a 9 x 13 baking dish and put your bierocks mixture on top and cover with another layer of cresent rolls and add shredded cheese on top and bake for 30 min at 350* to make a bierock casserole.
i usually keep a few in the fridge and the rest in the freezer and keep replenishing the ones i take out of the fridge as i go.
to reheat from fridge: unwrap, poke with fork on top and pop it in the microwave for a minute or so.
9 months ago