German Style Stuffed Beef Rolls


German Style Stuffed Beef Rolls


German Style Stuffed Beef Rolls
German Style Stuffed Beef Rolls

This easy German beef roulade recipe takes an Americanized approach with these German Style Stuffed Beef Rolls. Delicious stuffed beef roll-ups like these are made easy and effortless with the help of your slow cooker. Similar, in many ways, to a traditional meatloaf, a savory stuffing is rolled up into your beef and then slow cooked with gravy to tasty perfection. Dress your rolls with extra bacon pieces, herbs, and mushrooms, and serve them with a side of mashed potatoes for a hearty meal you can serve any night of the week.

Makes6 Beef rolls

Slow Cooker Time HIGH4 hr

Slow Cooker Time LOW8 hr

Cooking MethodSkillet

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This recipe looks so delicious. It is also not hard to do. I can imagine what the house is going to smell like. Yummy! The cube steaks will really come out tender in this recipe. I am a big fan of stuffing as is my family so this will be perfect. I work at home and I am going to have a hard time saving this for dinner but the wait will be worth it. Thank you.

I like that you chose to stuff the beef in this recipe instead of just cooking it like a roast. You see a ton of roast recipes, but not stuffed beef. I like that you added bacon, but I have to leave out the mushrooms because I am allergic. I was thinking a few thin red potatoes or maybe some red peppers would suffice, do you have a preference if you were to substitute something for the mushrooms? Great idea for a sophisticated meal option!

This beef rolls recipe looks so comforting and satisfying, I want to make this for my next Sunday dinner with my family. The sauted veggies, mushrooms, and bacon add such tremendous flavor to the stuffing, that I would actually like to apply it to other recipes. Roast chicken, Cornish game hens, and portabello mushrooms come to mind, or even piled atop fresh fish fillets and placed under the broiler. I love the beef rolls, since everybody gets their own yummy portion with no slicing required!

My mother used to make a dish very similar to this when I was growing up. She used to tenderize the beef with a meat mallet, until it was quite thin and easy to roll. She would put onions, raw bacon and sliced pickles along with a layer of mustard into each roll and then brown them on the stove top first. This was a delicious dish and would always impress guests.

This was excellent. I accidently put the gravy mix into the slow cooker at the beginning of the cooking, but it came out great after I added a bit more water. The recipe does not address when to add the 2 cups of thick sliced mushrooms, so I added them also at the beginning of the cooking.


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