2.11.2013

Recipe: Bierocks.

The other day, Eric came home from work saying he wanted bierocks for dinner. Since we'd never made them before, I looked around online and pieced together what seemed like a good recipe. While I didn't really know what would constitute a "good" recipe, I was sold when I came across one that mentioned topping the bierocks with butter. High five!

According to Wikipedia (which is notoriously unreliable), bierocks are pastry pockets filled with ground beef, cabbage, and onions. They're kind of like empanadas, except these are from Germany or Russia or somewhere else over there.

BIEROCKS

INGREDIENTS
Pillsbury Hot Roll Mix
1 lb. ground beef
3 cloves garlic
2/3 white onion, diced
1/4 head cabbage
1 tsp sugar
Salt
Pepper

DIRECTIONS
Prepare Hot Roll Mix according to directions.



Set dough aside to rest.


It should double in size.



Brown ground beef with onions, garlic, and salt/ pepper to taste.



Drain grease. Add cabbage, sugar, and more salt to taste, if needed. Cook over medium heat for 5 - 7 minutes, stirring occasionally.



Once the dough has rested, roll out onto a floured surface.



Use a medium-sized, circular object to cut circles into the dough. (We used plastic bowls.) Use leftover dough to roll out again and cut more circles. Repeat until dough is all used.



Fill dough circles with meat/ cabbage filling.




Fold sides up, overlapping one bit at a time, until the opening is all sealed. This doesn't have to look perfect, just make sure it's all sealed.



Flip bierocks over so the seam is on the bottom.



Bake at 375 F (190 C) for 20 - 25 minutes, or until golden.




Brush tops with butter and sprinkle with salt and pepper.



Enjoy!



These bierocks reheat in the microwave just fine, making them the perfect leftover for lunch.

Have you had bierocks before? How does this recipe compare?


4 comments:

tara said...

Those look delicious! I have never heard of them, but they look really good, and fun to make!

Sarah Purdy said...

I've never heard of them either but they look yummy! My family has made quickie empanandas by popping open a roll of Pillsbury biscuit dough, flattening out the circles a bit and filling with taco meat and cheese. I bet you could also use premade pizza dough, too. MMmmm...carbs and meat. Can't go wrong.

Adam said...

neat idea

Kara said...

Yum! Looks delicious! Also sounds soooo easy.

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