Bierocks

by Brian Brownfield
(Big River, Saskatchewan Canada)

My grandmother used to make these at Christmas time, fresh bun dough, take raw bacon and dice it,chop onion, add spices (?)don't know which ones. Take small piece of dough, flatten it and spoon mixture into centre. Roll up and place on cooking sheet. Bake bun to golden brown and lightly brush with butter. Eat warm. These became a hit with everyone at Christmas time. Alas the recipe was never written down and I don't know what the spices were. Does anyone remember this, my Grandmother was Latvian but the buns ere called spek rouse (sic) at least with her dialect that is what we remember the pronunciation.

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Oct 27, 2011
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Not truly a German Recipe
by: Anonymous

Bierocks originate with the Germans who migrated to Russia in the 18th and early 19th Centuries. Then, when the emigrated to Canada and the USA, they brought that recipe with them.




Nov 16, 2010
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German Bierocks Recipe
by: Sarah (Website owner)

This recipe is now under Meat Recipes on the website.

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