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Old 05-15-2013, 11:26 PM   #1
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Default Dutch Oven Bierocks

I know I make these often, they're one of my favorites.

the dough..
1 1/4 cups of warm water
1 pkg of yeast
2 TBs oil
2 tsp sugar
1 tsp salt
3 1/2 cups of flour (more if needed)
I dissolve the yeast in water, add the sugar, oil and then the salt.. stir in 2 cups of flour and add enough of the remaining flour to make the dough come together. Knead 5 minutes, cover and rest for 1 hour.





I brown burger and onions then add cabbage, salt and LOTs of black pepper. I like mine meatier than cabbagier.







I brush the tops with butter...













These are handy to bag and freeze for quick meals.


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Old 05-15-2013, 11:28 PM   #2
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Look great, are they on the dry side internally?
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Look great, are they on the dry side internally?
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Thanks Titch! They stay pretty moist. I drain any oil from the filling before using but they aren't dry at all. Hope you have great luck with them.
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Those look great!

My gramma, mom, and I make a similar dish, but we use sauerkraut instead of cabbage and a pile of black pepper.

Yours look larger, meatier, and delicouser.
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Those look great!

My gramma, mom, and I make a similar dish, but we use sauerkraut instead of cabbage and a pile of black pepper.

Yours look larger, meatier, and delicouser.

Thanks Evilsports! Yours sound great! I love kraut, will give it a try next time.
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Those look real tasty Jeanie.

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They make something very similar in Nebraska called a Runza although it's usually baked in a rectangular shape. There is even a chain of fast food restaurants called Runza and they serve them at Husker games. Good stuff. I’ll have to try your recipe.
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Wow, they look like they cam out perfect!
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Well that got me hungry in the morning!
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Hey, they are cute!
Jeanie made up a word too!
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Those look great! Very good use of the Dutch oven.

I wonder how they would come out with whole wheat flour.
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They look great and are one of my favorites also. The first time I saw you post these I had to try them, used your recipe and made some. They came out great but weren't as pretty lookin as yours Jeanie.

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Hot diggity dang, those look GOOD!
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Great looking, and I am sure, tasting too! Superb
Gonna have to try em'
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