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Got my grandma's recipe this past weekend and made up a batch of 50. I remember eating these all the time as a kid. My Grandma, Mom and Aunt would make up several hundred of these on a weekend and we'd eat them all year long.

 
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I had to do a Bing search to know what those are...I had never heard of them before...

They sound and look very tasty...Ima gonna hafta make a batch soon Big Grin

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I had to do a Bing search to know what those are...I had never heard of them before...

They sound and look very tasty...Ima gonna hafta make a batch soon Big Grin

Thanks for posting Smile


Yep.

Very easy to make.

2 heads of cabbage chopped fine
3 white onions chopped fine
2-3 scoops of fresh garlic
salt n pepper to taste.
3 pounds of lean burger. I use 90/10.

Cook burger set aside. Cook cabbage/onion/garlic in a skillet on low for approx. 1 hour. Add burger for another 30 minutes on low.

Set filling aside to cool. Make your dough and fill with 1/3 cup of filling. Tuck and pinch dough on the bottom. Glaze the tops with butter.

Bake 350 for 30 minutes. Cool, wrap in foil and freeze them.
 
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Kind of like Hotpockets.
 
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Kind of like Hotpockets.


Exactly! Only cheaper and not so much preservatives.
 
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Those in the 'Yoop would recognize those as a relative of the Pastie


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Oh man! I'm so jealous. I'm too busy to cook these with work and family and I can't even get a Runza fix out east.


 
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At first sight, I thought they were corn dodgers like Rooster Cogburn was shooting in True Grit.. Big Grin. Those do sound very good.
 
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Those in the 'Yoop would recognize those as a relative of the Pastie


And those in the Plains would recognize them as a relative of the Runza.
 
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Yep, back in Nebraska I think they have or had a chain called Runza House or something. Hot with a little yellow mustard on top. My wife makes them once or twice a year.
 
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Alright, your gonna have to get us a pic of one of them cut in half to really appreciate the beauty of those. They sound really good. Ich liebe Deutsches essen.
 
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so what are we talking here? german food, czeck ?
One of those Fin dish's?





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Alright, your gonna have to get us a pic of one of them cut in half to really appreciate the beauty of those. They sound really good. Ich liebe Deutsches essen.


Stay tuned
 
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so what are we talking here? german food, czeck ?
One of those Fin dish's?


German.
 
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German.


Kinda. Originally Russian.

Adopted by ethnic Germans who had emigrated to Russia in the 1700s, known as Volga-Germans (because they established communities around the Volga river in Southern Russia).

Bierocks were then brought back to Germany and the US and popularized by Volga-German immigrants in the 1800s and 1900s.
 
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