Recipe by julie
"Great with soup, as a snack or as a meal on the run. These store well in the freezer if you make them in advance."
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1 1/2 pounds
corn flakes cereal, coarsely crushed
onion, finely chopped
ground black pepper
chopped fresh parsley
1 1/2 teaspoons
1 1/8 tablespoons
this is great. I brushed the dough with a good mustard & added a little garlic powder (I/we) love garlic and some shredded cheese.This is/was a great started recipe. The things to add are endless what ever you like. Thank you Im going to make this for Xmas ever guest that stop in for a jolly visit!
Very good...but salty. Will definitely make again but will eliminate the salt and will increase the cayenne pepper - then hopefully it will be 4 or even 5 stars. Also I used Pillsbury crescent rolls instead of making the dough - I rolled it out, smoothed over the crescent lines then put the meat on and rolled up. I baked following the temp and time on the rolls.
a little dry. could try cheese and seasonings next time.
As suggested a added gourmet mustard, this was a very nice touch. However, I did make an Au jou sauce for drenching or dipping.
Excellent recipe! After looking at the other review I decided to add some mustard too. My hubby loves grainy brown, so I spread some on the dough before putting the meat mix on. We also sprinkled some mozzarella and cheddar cheese on the meat mix before rolling up the log. We both agree that the dough is wonderful. Held its shape well. I used a older pan....but didn't grease it enough and the pinwheels stuck slightly, but still held their shape. We are thinking this might be good with a beef/mushroom gravy type sauce to put over them. I'm also toying with trying to make individual appetizer size wheels. Thank you for a great Steeler Sunday meal. Was in a half hour before kick off and we were eating mid way into the first quarter.
I'm from Pittsburgh, PA & it's a Family Favorite.
I buy Crescent Rolls to save time. I add onions & mushrooms to the meat mixture. It's also served with grazy...Joni
Very very delicious! These pack well for lunch in an insulated lunchbox. These are also great for a quick snack. I just made these (again) and used ground stew beef instead of ground beef- the pinwheels are in the oven now- and I can't wait to see how they turn out. I find that pinching the edge of the log and rolling it (gently) before slicing it works to keep these pinwheel treats completely circular. Using a very sharp butcher knife helps too!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Beef Pinwheels II
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 244
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