Thursday, November 19

Beef Perisky Recipe


A double batch of your favorite bread dough (I used wheat) risen and ready to go.
2 lbs of ground beef
a large chopped onion

Saute the meat and onion together. Add salt, pepper and onion powder (yes! more onion) to taste. Think very onion-y.

Add a cup of breadcrumbs.

Add two cups of water or broth and simmer on the stove briefly until it has a thickened soupy texture.

Taste. Add what you like. I put in some hot pepper flakes. Maybe you want garlic or cilantro.

Now roll a piece of bread dough into a ball, like you intend to make a roll. Flatten it and scoop a spoonful of meat mixture inside, folding the edges in to make a neat little ball. Place it on your greased cookie sheet. Continue with the rest of the dough and meat. It's not a science. You might have a little dough or meat left. I had dough remaining and sprinkled it with cinnamon and sugar, rolled it up and baked as cinnamon-y rolls for the kiddos.

Set in a warm place to rise.

Bake at 375 for about 20 minutes. Have for lunch, freeze remainder for many more lunches. Reheat in warm oven or microwave.

3 comments:

~Michelle~ said...

Yum! ...these sound similar to Runzas! :)

Happy Hermit said...

ooooh , nummy

Happy Hermit said...

May I please use this recipie on my website with some modifications ? I will link back to your site.