Thursday, October 9, 2008

Hamburger Roll- ups, "grown-up" style

Make biscuit dough (Call Beth if you need more instruction than that). I like the baking powder biscuit receipe in the Betty Crocker book. Then you roll it out into a very flat rectangle and sprinkle it with motz cheese. Then you spread out a hamburger-onion-garlic-spices-to-make-it-yummy- mix. Then you roll it up, just like cinnimon rolls, smashing the little bits of goodness that may try to escape. Then you cut them into 1 1/2 inch rolly-things and put them on a greased (my non-greased pan is still soaking in the sink!) cookie sheet. Then you put some more cheese on top, like this:

Then I took a can of mushroom soup and added it to the pan I cooked the hamburger mixture in with some of the mix left over that wouldn't fit in the rollups. I added 1/2 can of milk, about

2 tsp of Worshchestershireshireshire sauce, and then 1/2 cube beef bullion because it wasn't quite right yet.... Then it was!

Cook the rollups at 400* for about 20min, watching carefully, mostly because that is a guess. The biscuit inside needs to be cooked, but the outside not too brown.

Serve the sauce generously over the top!