Grandma Used To Make These, Yum!
I am a major fan of German food. My mother was always making German dishes when I was growing up and suppose it has a lot to do with our German heritage. Well, my dad’s German heritage as my mom is Polish and Hungarian. I think the three have a lot of similarities in terms of cooking, though. Anyway, mom would make beef rolls from time to time but her recipe was a bit different than the one I’m sharing with you today.
The first time I had authentic rouladen was at a German restaurant in Frankenmuth, Michigan. These little rolls of flavor quickly became one of my favorite meals.
You really can’t go wrong with beef rolls smothere din gravy and you cna serve them with a variety of sides. Enjoy!
The first time I had beef rouladen was at a whimsical restaurant called, “The Bavarian Inn.” This amazing German eatery is located in a Bavarian-themed village called, Frankenmuth and it’s located in Michigan. The food was amazing and I loved this dish, especially the dill pickle. The restaurant is also known and famous for its family-style chicken dinners. My hubby took me there for our anniversary and it was so much fun!
Check out what my friend Pauline had to say about this recipe:
If you are looking for a wonderful German dish to make then beef rolls smothered in gravy is the ticket. This reipe is tops!
Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us, Pauline.
4 thin slices (about 1 lb) flank steak or quality beef top round steak filets (1/4″ thick)
salt and coarse ground black pepper, to taste
prepared spicy brown stone-ground German mustard
8 Tbl. sweet or dill pickle relish, can sub garlic dill pickle spears if preferred
8 slices bacon, partially cooked, (about halfway), to render fat
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