Helen's Hungarian Heritage Recipes

Helen's Hungarian Heritage Recipes
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Monday, April 9, 2012

GERMAN BEEF ROULADEN - with the Hot Hungarian Chef

Német Marha Hus Tekercs

Take a Culinary Journey Around The World From Your Kitchen!

As a Hot Hungarian Chef, I am always up to something new and exciting. With the Easter flood of email requests for my French Beef Bourguignon (Boeuf A la Bourguignonne) recipe, we decided to continue with our exciting and bountiful international thread. 

As a pedigree Hungarian and the author of a well-recognized and succesfull cookbook, often I feel I am expected to churn out elaborate and/or forgotten heritage recipes.  Well,  I am crazy about trying new recipes from around the world; tasting new spices, trying out new cooking methods, from Japanese Sushi to making my own homemade Moroccan preserved lemons, Italian limoncello, Indian Lamb Khorma, Portuguese Bacalhau and my newest Thai Tom Yum Soup!

Today, a lovely classic German meal that will please any palate! Guaranteed. Especially if you prepare it as we have suggested.

German Beef Rouladen is a unique and delicious preparation of beef. This very classic and traditional German dish; a German meat roulade consisting of bacon, onions, mustard and pickles wrapped in thinly sliced sirloin beef steak. The roulades are seared quickly and then slowly braised until the meat is fork tender. They are traditionally served with mashed potatoes and red cabbage. Roasted winter vegetables are another common side dish.  The gravy is an absolute requirement to round off the dish!

German Rouladen was considered a dish for common people; however, it is nowadays enjoyed by many as a festive dish. This delicious and incredibly easy recipe was adapted from dear German friends in Chicago. Helen’s recipe for this flavourful heart meal is over the top. 


For the exact measurements and ingredients, consider owing your own copy of Passport to International Fare e-book containing 60 recipes from 12 countries today.

So let the Hot Hungarian Chef take you on an unforgettable International Culinary Journey through some of the world's most classic and well-known recipes.  Enjoy this delightful recipe and travel the world through your own kitchen.

Next stop - Italy!


David Franklin said...
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Thank you David.
If you email me, I will let you download a Sumptuous Sampler Ebook as a gift