Tuesday, January 12, 2010


I've had many request for our Beerock and Verenik recipes after showing our fun family cook day at my cousin's house. Ask and you shall receive. Here is the Beerock recipe I will be posting the Verenik recipe shortly. Thank you cous'!

Below is the recipe: (if you want to see photos of us making them click here you will be entertained and get a better look at these WONDERFUL TASTING BEEROCKS)


3 loaves bridgeford frozen bread dough, thawed but do not let rise yet.

Filling: either hamburger, or shredded roast, onion and cabbage, salt and pepper.

Cook meat , in a separate pot sautee large onion in a few tablespoons of oil, once onion is done, add one head of shredded cabbage, cook till cabbage is completely soft-add this to meat mixture, set aside.

Cut each bread loaf into 8 equal pieces, roll out each piece on floured board, about the size of a small saucer, add a heaping big spoonful of meat mixture, bring sides up and pinch completely closed (very important).

On cookie sheets, use either parchment paper or shortening to prevent sticking, put beerocks on cookie sheets and cover with papertowel until they rise.

Bake @ 350 for about 1/2 hour or until brown, brush tops with butter when done (OPTIONAL...but who are we kidding.....when is butter REALLY an option?)

Ciao Bellas~


  1. This is like a giant pastie - I can't wait to try it. This is something Alpha Hubby would like! Thanks for posting.

  2. LBD They are soooooo good. You can't just eat one and what I love is you can freeze them. Makes for a great QUICK dinner or lunch.