Stuffed Cheeseburger Rolls
This variation of the traditional cheeseburger recipe makes it easy to serve cheeseburgers even when you don’t have any buns available. It’s a brilliant Stuffed Cheeseburger Rolls recipe, and it’s rapidly transforming the way we think cheeseburger recipes should look like. These stuffed cheeseburger rolls work well as a delicious appetizer recipe, or you can serve them as a main dish as well. They’re fun to eat as a “pull-apart” meal and serve up to 16 people. Make two batches at a time and you’ll have enough for seconds and thirds.
This cheeseburger roll recipe brings the all-time favourite American cheeseburger together with the unmatched flavour of freshly-baked bread. It calls for frozen pre-made “Parker-style” rolls, but if you want the real thing, you can make your Parker roll dough recipe from scratch. Some people are a little nervous about making their own bread rolls, but it isn’t as difficult as you think. You do need a bit of extra time, but often the bread recipes yield such a large amount of bread that you can make more than just rolls with them. You can make bread loaves, bread sticks, pizza dough, cinnamon rolls, pretzels, chicken pot pie, bread bowls, and whatever else you fancy. This bread-making method will save you money, and one little recipe goes a long way. And, since bread is so simple to freeze, you can make a large batch and freeze what you don’t need. That way, you’ll always have a quick supply of bread on your hands. To do so, wait until your baked bread dough (whether it’s in roll or bread form) has completely cooled, then wrap it in plastic wrap and seal in freezer bags. You can easily freeze the dough by first dividing it into portions, wrapping it in plastic wrap, popping into freezer containers and then into the freezer. When you need it, just thaw it overnight in the fridge, then bring it to room temperature, and proceed with the original bread recipe.
Nutrition Facts for: Stuffed Cheeseburger Rolls from Melissa's Southern Kitchen
Ingredients: Rolls, lean round sirloin, sweet onion, steak seasoning, garlic salt, Worcestershire sauce, sharp cheddar cheese, ketchup, mustard, dill pickles, butter, sesame seeds.
* The entire recipe has been calculated for 16 servings.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet
* Per Serving: Calories 174, Calories from Fat 94, Total Fat 10.4g 16%, Saturated Fat 5.9g 30%, Cholesterol 31mg 10%, Sodium 324mg 14%, Potassium 71mg 2%, Carbohydrates 11.0g 4%, Dietary Fiber 0.6g 2%, Sugars 2.0g, Protein 8.9g, Vitamin A 5%, Vitamin C 1%, Calcium 18% , Iron 6%
When baking your bread, whether it’s in roll or loaf form, you will need to make sure it’s at the optimum temperature. Some ovens run a little bit hotter than others, so you might need to experiment to see what works best for you, but, of course, start with the recommended temperature and length of time in the recipe you’re working with. Bread loaves and buns tend to shrink a great deal when they’re cooked at a temperature that’s too high for them. In the case of these delicious burger stuffed buns, you’ll want to cover the entire batch of rolls in foil for the first twenty-five minutes of baking to keep them from drying out. Then you’ll uncover them for the final few minutes so the tops can brown nicely. This stuffed cheeseburger roll recipe is also a fun recipe for kids. It could make the ultimate birthday party dish because kids enjoy the “tear and share” aspect of eating it. Thanks to Melissa over at “Melissa’s Southern-Style Kitchen” for posting.***
Learn MORE / Get RECIPE at Melissa's Southern Kitchen
To help with slow website load, we have put all photos for this article here: View photo gallery.