Kansas Bierocks Recipe

16 Responses

  1. Seetha says:

    Is it possible without eggs

  2. Christine says:

    Thanks for the recipe. I have been trying the different recipes to prepare a meal for my family during this time where all have to stay home due to Coranavirus lockdown.

    Minced beef or chicken is our favorite. This recipe is just perfect for us. I have to try this recipe even though I am not good at baking 🙂

    • Don Herman says:

      You’re very welcome! Yes, it’s great for kids because it’s handheld and one roll is really filling. They stay fresh in the freezer for months.

  3. Donny says:

    I know one person who would enjoy this in the whole world, my dad really loves whole wheat bread and I think he is even an addict to cheese. When mum isn’t around I’m the one who does all those preparations and will try out these bierocks some time and see how he likes them, I think they are better saved with a cup of coffee. 

  4. Melanie says:

    5 stars


    Love the narrative and recipe. We enjoyed these at school lunch in Salina Kansas. They are special to our family too.
  5. Norman says:

    Hello and thanks for sharing, this is the first time that I have heard about this and the amazing thing is that this whole wheat bierocks looks so delicious.
    also this is made of whole wheat and that is another added benefit. From what I see it seem to be very healthy. Thanks for a well written post with awesome information.

    • Don Herman says:

      Thank you Norman.  I’ve made them dozens of times and they always turn out great.  A nice quick meal to have in the freezer.

  6. Matthew says:

    Hi. I have just tried doing the beirocks recipe but for some reason it didn’t rise well and i followed the step by step instructions, what am I doing wrong? I left the dough for about 1hr 45 mins to rise aswel.
    Could you also tell me what sauerkraut is?
    I have never heard of that before.
    Some other great recipies I would like to try out aswel which I am looking forward to.
    Cheers
    Matthew

    • Don Herman says:

      Well, there are a number of reasons. Your yeast might have been too old, or the place you put it to rise may have been too cold, or the yeast was dissolved in water that was too hot. That’s the thing with baking – there are a lot of moving parts! But I’ll review the recipe and make sure I didn’t miss something crucial!

      Sauerkraut is just a form of fermented cabbage. You find it in the canned goods aisle, or for a fresher version, you can find it in the chilled section near the Klaussen pickles. If I had a specific recipe for using sauerkraut, I would skip any additional salt.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Hey great dough recipe turns out perfect . I sauted red and sweet onion and shiitake mushrooms with butter and balmasmic viniger then carmelized them with brown sugar and garlic . these bierocks game out great thanks again !

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