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Meat Roll Sticks - Stuffed Bread


Meat Roll Sticks aka Piroshke #beef #bread #baked #homemade

Delicious and homemade recipes for Meat Roll Sticks or Stuffed bread

These meat rolls that some might know as "piroSHke" are very popular not only in my house, but I would say in many countries. Most of the time you would find them fried, or at good ol' street food stand, but I like to take a road of feeling less guilty, so I bake them.  I make these for lunch or dinner and sometimes even fill them with shredded sauteed potatoes and onions, ham and cheese or just plain feta cheese and eggs... The possibilities are endless! I pack them for school lunches, serve them after some outdoor activity, work parties or after school snack. 

Kids of all ages seem to love these meat sticks, and as much as it is comforting, you can actually hide veggies by adding in the sauteed meat. It is also a fun for kids to work in the kitchen with you. Not only that they will be proud of themselves or learn something, but they will have fun and you'll create memories for them.  

These are irresistible, delicious, and not hard to make. The only thing is waiting for the dough to rise. 
I hope you try them....


Delicious and homemade recipes for Meat Roll Sticks or Stuffed bread




WATCH HOW TO MAKE MEAT STUFFED BREAD STICKS on Youtube 


Meat Roll Sticks
Makes about 8-10 sticks 
Ingredients:
For the dough you will need:
  • 1/4 Oz (7g/1 envelope) Active Dry Yeast
  • 1/2 teaspoon (8g) sugar
  • 1 1/2 cups (355ml) Luke warm water
  • 4 cups all-purpose flour, (500g) packed (not self-rising/no sodium)
  • 2.2 tsp Salt (11 gram) 
  • Drizzle of Oil 
For the meat mixture:
  • 1/2 tsp. Oil
  • 1/2 onion, sliced
  • 1 lbs ground Beef 
  • Salt to taste
  • 1 Tbs. Ground black pepper
  • Cream cheese to spread/room temperature
Other options: 
Garlic
Shredded Carrots
Parsley
TOPPING OPTIONS
Usalted butter - brush when it's done
Garlic powder - a little spinkle on each
Dried parsley - a little sprinkle on each 

Directions:
  1. Add lukewarm water to the yeast and sugar. Allow it to activate for about 5 minutes. Add Salt to the flour, stir, then pour in the bowl activated the yeast. Mix with a wooden spoon, then knead for about 10 minutes or until the dough is elastic, and not as sticky (the dough needs to be just like for pizza). Drizzle with olive oil and let it rise for 1 hour. Cover the bowl with a plastic wrap or kitchen towel and keep it in a warmer area such as microwave or turned off oven. 
  2. In a meanwhile make a meat mixture: Saute onions with a 1/2 teaspoon of olive oil for a couple of minutes. Add ground beef and combine it with sauteed onions/ Cook for 5-6 minutes, or until the beef is no longer pink. Season with salt and ground black pepper to taste. (About 1 teaspoon salt and 1 teaspoon pepper). Once the meat is done, drain the extra oil/fat that is in the pan
  3. When the dough has doubled in size, knead and make dough balls/ size of the tennis ball.
  4. Stretch each ball in about 10 inches long (about 19cm) and 3 inches wide (7cm) -(rectangular shape) -Spread room temp. Cream cheese from one end to the other. *It is better for you to leave the cream cheese on the counter top for about 15 min. It's easier to spread.
  5. On top of the cream cheese, add about 2 TBS. Of meat mixture and roll the dough over the meat and roll until the end. Connect the dough, tuck in the ends and put in baking pan, lined up with parchment paper.
  6. Preheat the oven at 400F (200C) and bake these for 30 minutes or until golden brown.
  7. 5 minutes before pulling stuffed rolls out of the oven, lightly oil or butter each roll.
  8. Once they are done, take out of the oven and cover them with a clean kitchen towel for 10 minutes, so the bread part becomes softer. You may also, after buttering, sprinkle with garlic powder and dried parsley. It gives a very nice flavor and aroma. 
  9. Serve them with a green salad (lettuce), tomatoes etc. But they are perfect for dipping in sour cream and chives.
 Enjoy these warm and delicious stuffed rolls.

Note*
  • You can stuff, roll and fry these, or use healthier option and bake. 
  • You can add ground chicken, pork, ham, any salami, cheese, and pepperoni etc.
  • The dough can be in the fridge, no more than 2 days. It tastes better if you just do it right away, but one to two days would be OK! 
  • You can make pizza out of this dough too. 
  • Be creative, enjoy and have fun! 

Question from Anja:
Do you knead the dough before it's risen?
  • Anja, I mix all the dough ingredients together with my wooden spoon, when all combined, I do knead just a few times with my hands until I form the ball! I do not take it out and knead the dough on my counter top, like I said it takes just a few pushes until I have that perfect ball, cover, leave it and don't touch for the next hour! I hope that answers your question!
Meat Roll Sticks - Stuffed Bread

I wish all an amazing week ahead!
Your friend,

Sandra 

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47 comments:

  1. Ohhhhh yeah.....I'm droolin' now! Looks yummy!!!

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  2. these look so pretty I love the colorful salad!

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  3. Oh my do I want these right now! I love how you made homemade dough for the meat roll sticks. YUM!!! :)

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  4. Woo-hoo!! You don't have to knead the dough. That's my kind of recipe. My son's would gobble these up in a minute. Come to think of it, we all would. Good one, once again Sandra.

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  5. I could so go for one of these right now! Your presentation is beautiful!

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  6. Your meat roll sticks look incredible! It can be so hard to make good meat roll sticks because sometimes there's too much or not enough dough, or they turn out too greasy -- but yours are just perfect! I love the golden colors on top and the thin sides. They really look very tasty!

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  7. yum yum yummmmyyy... looks delicious Sandra!

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  8. Another great recipe! I can't catch up with your recipes. LOL. So many good recipes that my family would enjoy. This recipe, check!

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  9. I can see why your lucky husband requested that you make this again. These meat roll sticks look so juicy and enticing, I immediately want to go and make some for ME!

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  10. they look super yummy and so perfectly baked. I feel like having these right now :)

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  11. I loved those though I was never making it myself. I used to have them with chicken soup :)

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  12. Yum! Great idea for a lunch or picnic out! I would love to tray them, they look so good. I think it would be a great way to have my 3 year old daughter eat some beef (she's quite fussy about beef lately)as it looks like a "fun" dish, "kids friendly" if you know what I mean! ;-) Thanks for sharing this Sandra!

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  13. I love anything with homemade dough, but these look right up my husband's ally! They look like they turned out perfectly, nothing dripping out of them!

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  14. I swear you should open up a restaurant sandra...your food always looks delicious! and these rolls... my goodness! i want one and badly!

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  15. Scrumptious, love the meat filling and the pastry! These remind me of Russian pirozhki which I adore :)

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  16. Mmmmm...my boys would love these! Wonderful idea~

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  17. This is such a good idea. Your "meat sticks" look wonderful and are so easy to do. I think this is an idea whose time has come. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  18. This looks perfect! Love the golden color of the dough and the filling really makes me drool!

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  19. Just found your blog and love it! Your pictures look fabulous and recipes are to die for! Yum! Can't wait to read more and try some of these out!

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  20. Looks fabulous! That picture with the meatroll sliced made me soooo hungry for it. Do you know if these would freeze well? I bet they would. I'm thinking of making a bunch and freezing some for easy go-to meal for a busy day.

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  21. Sandra, what a great idea! I love these meat roll sticks and their possibilities. I can see them sent to school with my kids or even tucked into a picnic basket for a great lunch. Fabulous!

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  22. I could see my husband loving these too..LOL. Total man food (and I know I'd be eating a few myself..hee hee.
    Love your new profile picture. You are so pretty!

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  23. Hi Sandra, I was thinking about you, I was coming to grab your address. My husband would love these meat rolls, me too actually. Hope you had a wonderful weekend. Thanks so much for finding me, I'm still working out a couple of issues and hope to be able to post again in a couple of days.
    -Gina-
    Thanks Gina- I clicked delete instead publish:)) so sorry I am posting your comment this way!!

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  24. Adam's mouth is watering... again. These look just perfect!

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  25. Oh how I want one of these now :) they look so perfect and yummy! Love the salad too :)
    Love the vegeta addition inside :) I use it too, it's the best!

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  26. This is such a great idea and you really could fill them is anything. Wonderful :)

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  27. These look so good...and versatile! To save time on a weeknight, could a refrigerate bread/pizza dough work in a pinch?

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  28. What a perfect meal. Meat sticks and a salad. You are a genius!

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  29. Sandra, this is on my "must-make" list! Looks absolutely delicious.

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  30. You did it again girl! Wonderful tasty bites that put a huge smile on my face this morning! And photos are amazing :) Thank you for sharing !

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  31. Oh these could be dangerous! I want to eat one right now! They look so inviting... definitely trying this one!

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  32. Yum! These look great! The possibiities are endless when it comes to the filling. Thanks for sharing :)

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  33. I would love these. Cute and tasty...a double win. :)

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  34. Sandra, these look delicious. I always love self-contained food that I can grab and eat on the go!

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  35. You can cook these for me anytime and I can eat them all they look and sound great... perfect for work... will have to be making these soon great filling!

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  36. Instant classic.

    How long is it going to take me to whip up some meat sticks and put them in my face? On the agenda for first thing tomorrow morning is all I can say.

    Thanks so much for another fab recipe, Sandra!!

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  37. This is so clever I cannot stand it - and then the possibilities are endless. But the family - yes - they'd want the meat ones.

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  38. It's been a while since I've visited (apologies) but I love what you've done to your site. Love the sleek look, new header, and lots of white/gray space. Beautiful. Recipe sounds delish. The stuffed rolls are so creative!

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  39. Hey sandra, i would like it if you share this dish in Hearth and Soup Hop. Visit my post to link :) Thanks!

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  40. The dough looks so soft I can imagine these rolls melting in my mouth. I must bake them :)

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  41. Li trovo bellissimi e buonissimi, un abbraccio ciao
    felice giorno

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  42. This is so cool, I would stuff my face with about 5 of these :S Looks delicious :) I hope your husband liked them!

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  43. Wow these are amazing looking! I'd love to make these some time! I swear every recipe you post I just absolutely love. Keep up the good work!

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  44. These look really good - my boys would love them! Do you knead the dough before you let it rise?

    Thanks!

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  45. OMG, Сандра - these agre great too!! You are tireless, girlie!!

    Oh, and I now see I have missed to invite you to get your blog award :( sowwy - I'll be glad if could pass and gather that when you get a moment:

    http://angellovescooking.blogspot.com/2011/03/prosciutto-caprese-salad-special-blog.html?utm_source=BP_recent

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  46. oh my, we are fans of all things sandwiches and stuffed bread type things in the Little Kitchen...this one is getting the thumbs up from the sandwich master himself! Love the cream cheese! Looks wonderful...like something I could freeze and use for school lunches....

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