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Kraut Bierocks (German Cabbage Burgers!)

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A dish from my German heritage: chopped cabbage, onion and ground round browned together to make a delicious filling for homemade dough pockets, or the simpler method, which is adding them as a filling for crescent rolls in muffin pans! Crazy delicious!

Ingredients

  • 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
  • 1 pound Ground Round Or Hamburger Meat
  • 1 head Cabbage
  • 1 whole Large Onion
  • 3 cloves Garlic
  • 1 teaspoon Salt
  • ½ teaspoons Pepper
  • 1 package Refrigerated Can Crescent Roll Dough

Preparation

Chop cabbage, onion and garlic up into small pieces, mincing the garlic pretty finely. Pour olive oil in a large skillet. Brown hamburger in the olive oil, breaking it up finely. After about 5 minutes, add in the cabbage, onion and garlic. Brown over medium-low heat, stirring often for about 30 minutes or until cabbage softens well.

Unfold and separate all triangles of crescent rolls. Spray 12 muffin tins with baking spray. Press the middle of one of the triangles down into the pan, molding it to the sides of the muffin tin cup. Leave the tops parts of triangle up over the flat surface of the tin.

Spoon a heaping tablespoon or two of the meat mixture into the tins or until even with top of muffin tin. Fold the triangle flaps over the top of the filling, pinching together.

Bake in a 350ºF oven for 20 to 25 minutes until dough is well-browned. For a homemade dough pocket recipe, see the related blog post!

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bperk999 on 10.19.2010

These were delicious…I added a little slice of sharp cheddar in the middle which got all oozy and brought the whole thing together. Great recipe!

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jenndk on 2.15.2010

These are so good! and addictive… you just can’t eat one!
The head of cabbage I had was huge so I didn’t use the whole thing and only used half an onion. I had two cans of 8 count crescent rolls and wished I had more…had more than enough filling. I did add a little more seasoning to the filling, but this recipe is a keeper for sure.
Thank you for sharing.

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danmar7 on 11.18.2009

These are yummy! I used only a half head of cabbage, and the new double sized crescent roll dough, and STILL had leftover filling!

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Kelly on 10.26.2012

These were very good. The meat mixture made a great burrito the next day!

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eruthora on 11.27.2011

These always turn out great and they are easy to make.

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on 2.4.2011

These were really good and easy to make. I added 1 1/4 cups of water and a small tin of tomato paste, a little bit of sloppy joe seasoning and some cheese as well. I only cooked for 18 mins and should have cooked for at least another 5. I think it would be fun to half the triangle dough and make mini burgers using a mini cupcake tray – would be a great dish for the superbowl!

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jibu on 1.16.2011

Wow! These are good and super easy! Great on a cold day! I did add some cheese…yum yum! Next time, I will get the larger crescent rolls just to have more coverage on the top of the “muffin”. I used a bag of cabbage which was nice with the carrots and stuff in it. Hubby loved them! Oh, and I used ground venison instead of hamburger. I will be making these again and again!

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danmar7 on 5.19.2010

These were so tasty! They also froze well.

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