Karen’s Killer Fixin’s: Bierox

It’s time for Karen’s Killer Fixin’s!

Over the years, I’ve filled two 4-inch, 3-ring binders with my own creations as well as recipes my family and friends were willing to share with me. I simply love to cook and want to share that love with my readers.

So every Friday, I share one recipe I think you and your family might enjoy. It might be a main course recipe. A cookie or baked item. Candy. Salads. Whatever strikes my eye and fancy…which today is BIEROX!!

Bierox is a German version of a hamburger.  My best friend shared this recipe with me because she knows I make my own homemade sauerkraut and love to find new recipes that uses it. I’m so glad I found this one to share because I haven’t made it since she first introduced me to them, and that just won’t do! Guess what I’m making sometime soon? 🙂

I hope you enjoy today’s Killer Fixin’s. Happy eating!

Karen

P.S. We’re at 92 recipes and counting with this posting. Hope you find some recipes you like. If this is your first visit, please check out past blogs for more Killer Fixin’s. In the right hand column menu, you can even look up past recipes by type. i.e. Desserts, Breads, Beef, Chicken, Soups, Author Specials, etc.

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BIEROX
[Serves LOTS]

 Filling: 

Brown 1 ½ lb. ground beef. 

Add 16 oz. sauerkraut, 1 pkg. onion soup mix, salt & cayenne pepper to taste.

Make your favorite soft dough/roll recipe with 1 pkg. yeast. Let rise until double or refrigerate up to 24 hours to rise.  Then, divide into 4 parts to work.  Roll each part to ¼-inch thickness and cut into 4” squares.  Place 2 heaping tablespoons filling on each square and pinch corners together to seal.  (Or cut dough into circles and fold to half circles.)  Let rise another 15-20 minutes.  Bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes on greased sheet.

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2 Responses to Karen’s Killer Fixin’s: Bierox

  1. Mari Collier says:

    I had to see what this was. The word wasn’t in my grandparents’s German vocabulary (they immigrated in the 1870’s & 1880’s). It sounds yummy! So good that I Tweeted.

    • Karen Docter says:

      I guess this recipe isn’t everywhere in Germany. But FB pal found reference to it and shared the information with us. I just know it’s delicious. I make my own saurkraut and love having different ways to use it.

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting, AND tweeting it, Mari! 🙂

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