This rouladen recipe ("Rinderrouladen") is similar to the traditional rouladen (beef rollups) made throughout Germany.
A delicious variation!
Instead of adding pickles (which we love), other vegetables are added, some inside the roulade, and others into the cooking liquid.
If you really want to, you can add the pickles too. Still delicious - just not traditional for this recipe. Other veggies are though.
In fact, a traditional filling can even be purchased in German grocery stores.
I didn't look any closer at the jar.
I just couldn't imagine someone using that when the easiest of all stuffings is plain onions, bacon, and pickles in the middle!
By the way, the word "Rinderrouladen" simply means "Beef Rollups," "Rind" (rhymes with wind) being the German word for "beef."
These German beef roulades are great dinner idea for special occasions. They do take a bit of time to prepare. If you want to have these same flavors in a less expensive and quicker recipe, then check out the Flatladen recipe I created.
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