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Unread 01-07-2014, 01:18 PM   #16
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Default sorry folks - they're all gone...

they did not last long enough to slice one and take a picture of the inside..
anyway - the inside just looks like round sausage/meatloaf wrapped in a thin bread layer..
next time I make some breads, I'll post a reply to this thread with a picture of it..

These little Sausage breads are made based on little "Worstebroodjes" ; bakers make in Brabant - a province in the southern part of Holland.

The fillings there are normally are made out of a mix of ground beef and pork with spices, egg and breadcrums..

I fiddled around with the fillings a bit to make three different tasting munchies ...
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Unread 01-07-2014, 01:32 PM   #17
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I've seen something similar in bakeries in Wyoming and North Dakota. They would make them in the morning along with the donuts so you could buy them for lunch.

For the life of me I can't recall the name... maybe started with a "kr", and most likely had a German, Russian or maybe even Polish roots.

Maybe you are thinking of Kolache? I've had some of the best kolaches in central Texas. The czech's and germans know exactly what they are doing! Outstanding!
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Itail sausage works great too. Wrap them in pretzel dough. Nice Job!!!
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I've had something very similar to these before that were sold under the name of Bierocks. After doing a little web search on them, it looks like they're a fairly common thing in eastern Europe. Good stuff!
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Look's like a lot of "Golden Goodness"...
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Looks fantastic - reminds me of a little breakfast pastry I get at this little local coffee place by my house - they add scrambled eggs, bacon, cheese and spices and bake it like that - one of my favorite on-the-go type foods.
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Default found a picture of a sliced one on the web to give you an idea

this is - a kind of - what they look like..

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My mouth is seriously watering right now. Those look and sound great!
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The rolls look beautiful!

What are you using to measure ingredients in grams, a scale? If so, which one? Any convenient way to convert these to volume measurements? (teaspoon, cup, etc.)
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Another thing to add to my list. THANKS
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thanks for sharing they look great and the possibilities are endless, stuff that bread with some brisket or pulled pork mmmm....
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The rolls look beautiful!

What are you using to measure ingredients in grams, a scale? If so, which one? Any convenient way to convert these to volume measurements? (teaspoon, cup, etc.)
any serious cook needs a kitchen scale .... I use this one...
  • Max weight 11lbs; Displays ounces/lbs/grams/kgs; Graduation .05 oz / 1 gram
http://www.amazon.com/EatSmart-Preci...=kitchen+scale

for the dough try this:
250 g flour ( ~ 2 cups)
6 g salt (1/2 tsp)
70 g butter, (~ 5 Tblsp)
10 g sugar (~ 1 Tblsp)
13 g fresh yeast (2 Tblsp) of 1 pkg instant dry yeast(Fleischmann)
125 g milk, handwarm (~ ½ cup)
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Default here a picture of some of my Indo breads cut open...

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