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Old 01-21-2013, 08:20 AM   #16
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The rouladen I used to sell were just pickle spears wrapped up with a cube steak. I browned them up in the pan, deglazed with some cheap reisling wine, added a bit of water, braised them for a half hour or more, then thickened the pan juices into a gravy for serving.
That was 25 years ago...I don't remember if I liked the result or not.
Somehow I should have figured that with Ron-O, that pickles would be involved.
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I used to date this really hot German Chick, whose mom (another hot German chick) would make Rouladen and it was really good. I am going to have to think back about what was in it, and how it was prepared but I remember pickles, mustard and beef.
It sounds awful but it was kick azz.
Just admit it that the only thing you remember about this chick was her tits!
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Old 01-21-2013, 08:40 AM   #17
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German Rouladens - Beef

This is the full recipe for the German Rouladens that I make ( my Grandma's recipe ).
The original recipe is made in the oven ( very good ), the changes I do for smoking are listed at the bottom of the recipe.
Tweak the recipe to make it your own or use as is. Enjoy.
Thanks, OSD! That sounds great!

Ricght now I'm thinking of doing the prep work and maybe an hour of the baking time on Friday evening, and then finishing them when we get to my SIL's house on Saturday afternoon. Do you think that would work?

Also, I need enough for 12 people. How many would this recipe feed?
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Wow OSD, thanks for the recipe. Before this thread I have not heard of it. Looks like an adventure to try.
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I can't believe this many people have never heard of Rouladen. You all lead such sheltered lives :D
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Thanks, OSD! That sounds great!

Ricght now I'm thinking of doing the prep work and maybe an hour of the baking time on Friday evening, and then finishing them when we get to my SIL's house on Saturday afternoon. Do you think that would work?

Also, I need enough for 12 people. How many would this recipe feed?
This will feed 4 people, each with a 6oz serving. This is great served with warm German potato salad and red cabbage.
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