Beef and Cabbage Bierocks Made Easy

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Ingredients

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1 pound Ground Beef I use lean or extra lean
1 pound (shredded) Cabbage I use the pre-shredded coleslaw bags
1 medium Onion
12 Rhodes frozen dinner roll dough Thaw and allow to rise according to package directions.
To taste Salt and Pepper

Nutritional information

1
Roll
192
Calories
22g
Carbs

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Beef and Cabbage Bierocks Made Easy

Bierocks are great anytime, but I especially love that they’re easy to eat when you need something portable. No silverware is required, which makes it great for lunch. Or a picnic. Is it spring yet?

  • Serves 12
  • Easy

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I fell in love with bierocks during my freshman year of college. A couple of fellow students offered me a ride home through the ride-share board. Their thoughtful mother sent beef and cabbage stuffed rolls for us to eat on the way.

They were delicious!

Years later, after I mastered Google searches, I finally discovered what they’re called (hint: not cabbage rolls), and learned how to make them.

Bierocks are so incredibly easy to make. I soon developed a few shortcuts to make them even easier using pre-shredded cabbage and frozen dinner roll dough.

Steps

1
Done

Prepare Roll Dough

Thaw and allow the rolls to rise according to package directions.

2
Done

Filling

Brown the ground beef and drain (if needed). Add the cabbage, onion, and salt and pepper to taste.

Next, cook the mixture over medium heat until the vegetables are soft and any liquid has cooked out.

(You can make the filling ahead of time and store it in the refrigerator if you wish.)

3
Done

Use a rolling pin to roll the dough until it is about 4″ diameter.

Add filling (I use 1/3 cup measuring cup, heaping) and then pinch edges together and place the rolls seam down on a greased baking sheet.

4
Done

Allow the rolls to rise again for about 15 minutes.

Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 30 minutes or until golden brown and baked through.

Brush with melted butter if desired to keep the crust soft and enhance the color.

Babs

I love gelato, asparagus, and my basset hound, Fred. I'd rather be reading than cooking, so I'm always looking for ways to make things easier in the kitchen.

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