|Wines of the Loire|
|by Roger Voss|
Voss sets out to make up for the apparently curious neglect of wines of the Loire in wine literature.
101 - 110 of 294 for pickle roll ups
Pound meat to ... with mustard, onion, pickle wedge, bacon and ... slice of meat. Roll up and fasten ... Make a luscious brown gravy with cornstarch. Enjoy!
The meat should ... down. Place bacon, pickle slices and mustard ... Sprinkle with marjoram. Roll up, dredging outside ... temperature for 1 1/2 hours. Serves 4-6.
Trim any external ... over mustard, quarter pickle lengthwise and place ... of meat. Tightly roll each piece of ... noodles combined with poppy seed. Serves 4.
Flatten steak. Spread ... meat slices. Saute pickle and onion in ... on meat and roll up. Either tie or secure with toothpicks. Brown roll-ups in a little ... minutes. This freezes well.
Sift together flour, ... the flour mixture. Roll into a rectangular ... Sauce. Melt cheese in double boiler. Add milk gradually. Stir until sauce is smooth.
Peel the eggs, cut in halves. Roll each half of ... around ham and egg rolls on serving plate. Decorate with mayonnaise and garnish with pickles. 12 rolls.
Place chicken breasts ... Place jalapeno slices on chicken and roll up jelly-roll style. Wrap each roll with a slice of bacon and secure with toothpicks.
Mix all together and put on weiner buns. Butter edge of buns and then put under oven broiler to heat up and toast bun edges. Watch so it doesn't ...
Spread a thin layer of cream cheese over ham. Place pickle on one end and roll it up. Slice into 1" wide servings and stick each serving with a toothpick.
Spread cream cheese on ham slice. Roll up with pickle or green onion. Secure with toothpick. Can be sliced into bite sizes.
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