Monday, January 7, 2008


My mom made these while we were growing up- I have always loved them. This dough makes alot, so you can use the leftover dough for cinnamon rolls or dinner rolls for another time.

1 lb. ground meat
1 small cabbage, chopped
1 TB garlic salt

Brown meat, add chopped cabbage and garlic salt. Add a little water so that the cabbage steams a bit.

4 c. warm water
2 TB honey
2 TB. yeast
Mix and let set for 10 min.
Then add:
1 TB salt
5 c. whole wheat flour
5-8 c. white flour

As the mixer is going add the flour one cup at a time until the dough no longer sticks to the sides of the mixer. Let it knead (mix) for 10 minutes. Pour some oil on the counter where you plan to shape the dough. Split dough into 2 sections, roll out to 1/4 inch thick, in a square shape. Use a pizza cutter to cut into squares, typically about 3" x 3", spoon some filling onto small squares and pull over a corner, so it takes on the shape of a triangle. Press the dough together with fingers to make a seam around the edges. Place on greased baking sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. The bottoms should be a golden brown. Butter the tops- eat like a sandwich.


Raymond said...

I love these.

The small school I attended in Schoenchen, Kansas (approximately 40 students and comprised of grades K-8) served them often, but not often enough for my liking.

Thanks for sharing.

Cara said...

I forgot about those, I did something similar last year. Wonder if I can do gluten free... They look good!

RPH said...

Thanks for this recipe. I am going to have to try them soon. They sound yum!

Glad to see your comments on our food blog. Thanks for visiting. And I was giggling when you said you finally figured out who I was!!


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