Thursday, November 18, 2010

Stuffed Buns

These buns are so easy, I make them fairly plain but there is no reason why you couldn't add anything you like to them for example herbs or spices, capsicum, celery, chopped mushrooms; whatever you want.

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  • 1 tray minced beef (the tray I used was about 900g)
  • Bread rolls (any shape you like, I used 4 torpedo rolls and 6 dinner rolls for 900g of meat)
  • 1 can corn kernels (frozen corn kernels can be used)
  • Tomato paste
  • Butter 
  • Grated cheese (not in photo)
Brown the mince and drain. Return to pan and add tomato paste, I used 4 heaped tablespoons for 900g meat) mix well until all the mince is coated with tomato paste. Add corn and mix through. Turn off heat.

Step 2
Cut the tops off the buns.

Hollow out the inside of the buns being careful not to rip the edges. When the rolls are all hollowed out butter the insides well.

Spoon the meat mixture into the buns making sure to fill well.

Cover top of buns with grated cheese. If you want to freeze the buns to cook later wrap them in foil after adding the grated cheese and put in the freezer.

Step 4
Bake in a moderately hot oven until the cheese has melted and turned golden brown.

These are alawys yummy :) Don't stint on the tomato paste, it really is better with this recipe to have too much rather than too little.

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