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Saturday, June 4, 2011


Welcome to Servin’ It Up Saturday…..we are glad you stopped by!!
I first remember trying these yummy bierocks in a restaurant called Runza!  If you haven’t been to a Runza and have the chance…GO…you won’t be disappointed!  Although. they are only in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas & Colorado.  Not close to any of those states????  Then this recipe is a MUST try!!!
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  • 2 pounds ground beef
  • 1 large onion , finely chopped
  • 1 Medium Cabbage, thinly sliced
  • Salt to taste
  • Pepper to taste
  • Celery Salt to taste
  • 2 batches of bread dough (or Rhoades Dough rolls)
  1. Brown ground beef and onion in large pan.  Drain fat.
  2. Add cabbage and cook until cabbage is tender.newest 034
  3. Season with salt, pepper & celery salt to desired taste.
  4. Roll out dough into small, round circles. {{about 6 inches across}}
  5. Place large amount of cabbage filling onto doughnewest 037
  6. Pull sides of dough up around filling and pinch to sealnewest 038
  7. Place seam side down on greased cookie sheet
  8. Cover with saran wrap & allow to rise for 20 minutes
  9. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes
  10. Serve with Ranch, Ketchup or my favorite….Mustard!!
I hope you enjoy these as much as we do!  This recipe makes 24 Bierocks….and we only have 4 in our family {{3 who eat solid food}} so I decided to freeze 1/2 and eat 1/2.  I baked them and let them cool, then put them in a freezer bag and placed them in the freezer.  When you are ready to eat them, put them on a plate in the microwave on 50% power for 5 minutes (for 3 of them) and then serve!  I am always surprised that even though they are defrosted, they taste almost just as good as fresh out of the oven!

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Mindy said...

These sound amazing. The ingredients remind me of cabbage rolls my hubby makes. This recipe is definitely going on my to make list!

Sandy Elliott said...

They look great. Thanks for visiting my blog. following you back.

Sandy~ Cherished Handmade Treasures

Lark (SparkyLarky) said...

Oh MY HECK!!! I was just talking about these wonderful goodies, to My Country Cooks Across America Gals! I was asking if they have ever heard of them or tried them......And here they are!

I LOVE these! I use to have then as a child.

Small world! :)

Kari said...

This looks soooooo yummy!!! Thanks for commenting on my blog and for becoming a follower - right back at'cha! :)

Paige said...

Hi! Stopping by because you just started following me at the Crunchy Mamacita. When I came by to follow back I realized that I'm already a follower!

P.S. I'm definitely trying this recipe :)

Moquelish said...

Those look really yummy! I will have to try them.

Alyssa said...

These look delicious! Thank you for visiting my blog, Sweet Sewn Stitches! I am following you :)

From Scratch said...

I had these once when I was in Nebraska. I'm excited to try making them now, too.

Vanilla Bean Crafts said...

We're in So. Cal, so no chance of trying them locally....but I've never heard of them before! I'll have to give them a shot!

Jenniffier said...

Yummy one of my favorites. Your recipe is almost the same as mine although I have never added celery salt I will have to try that next time I make them.

Jill said...

Oh they sound goood!! And look quite easy to make - I might just try myself!

Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a great week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success

Tanya @ Greetings From the Asylum said...

Yum! I think I have everything to make this in my fridge! Thanks for sharing!

{nifty thrifty things} said...

Hmm.. These look delicious!
Thank you so much for linking this up to {nifty thrifty things} last week!
I hope to see you again tomorrow! ;)

Avery and Elle's mom, Sarah said...

Hey, perfect! I needed something to use my bountiful basket cabbage for! Thanks!

Mindy said...

I'm working on next week's menu and came across these again on my Pinterest board. Do you have any favorite things you serve with them to turn it into a meal?

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