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Ingredients

2-3 pound beef or pork roast
1 package (8 ounces) mushrooms
2 cups beef broth
1 medium onion
1 envelope Onion or Mushroom Soup Mix
1 quart canola oil
36 frozen dinner rolls

Instructions

Roast beef or pork along with the mushrooms and broth at 350 degrees until well done, roughly 2-3 hours. Cool. Then, in a meat grinder, grind together meat, mushrooms and raw onion. Mix together with dry soup mix. Thaw bread rolls on lightly floured surface. When thawed and at room temperature, cut each roll in half. Allow dough to rest and rise. Fill each half-roll with 1 tablespoon ground meat mixture. Seal and form into oval shape. Cook each roll in oil in a 350-degree electric fry pan, turning each roll to cook evenly until they are golden brown. Makes 72 rolls. Keep refrigerated and heat and serve as dinner rolls. They also freeze great!

Tanya Zelnio, Moline



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