What is in the original Runza?

What is in the original Runza?

Every Runza® Sandwich starts out as an Original: a perfect blend of spices to season the ground beef, mixed with cabbage and onions, inside bread that we bake at our store every morning. Sure, you can add toppings.

How do you make a Runza?

Conventional Oven Place frozen Runza® Sandwiches in aluminum foil or in a pan with a cover. Place the wrapped Runza® Sandwiches in a pre-heated 325 degree oven for approximately 30 – 40 minutes. (Option – spread butter over the top of the Runza® Sandwiches before you wrap foil around them).

What is a Runza similar to?

A runza (also called a bierock, krautburger, or kraut pirok) is a yeast dough bread pocket with a filling consisting of beef, cabbage or sauerkraut, onions, and seasonings….Runza.

A runza
Course Main
Created by None/Traditionally Ethnic (Volga Germans)
Main ingredients Bread, Ground beef, Cabbage, Seasonings, Onion

What is in a Runza from Runza?

The Runza® Sandwich features fresh-baked bread stuffed with ground beef, onions, our secret blend of spices, and yes, cabbage.

What kind of cheese does Runza use?

A true Nebraska runza does not have cheese in it however a little sprinkle of shredded cheddar or Monterey Jack cheese is delicious. Add it right on top of the spooned in meat mixture before pinching up the dough.

What’s the difference between a bierock and runza?

The Runza Sandwich is also called Bierocks. They are a yeast dough (a bread pocket) with a filling of beef, cabbage or sauerkraut, onions, and seasonings. They are baked in various shapes like half-moon, rectangle, round, square, triangle, etc.

Are bierocks and runzas the same?

Bierocks—pronounced bee-rock and also known as runzas—are a German/Eastern European roll that made its way to the American Midwest. They’re similar to the Russian pirozhki, another popular European meat-stuffed pastry. They vary in shape, but the most popular ones are usually round or rectangular.

What does bierock mean in German?

Bierock is a yeast dough pastry pocket sandwich with savory filling, originating in Russia. The dish is common among the Volga German community in the United States and Argentina.

Why is it called a bierock?

The legend goes that wives in Eastern Europe needed a hearty, portable meal for their husbands who were working out in the fields. Thus, bierocks were born. The bread casing kept all the yummy filling where itshould be, making this nifty meat pie simple to eat and hard to spill—no Tide to Go in those days.

Are Bierocks and runzas the same?

Is runza a German food?

Both the Bierock and the Runza sandwich have German-Russian roots going back to the 18th century. This unique recipe was passed down from one generation to the next, eventually finding its way to the Midwest of America and particularly to the states of Kansas and Nebraska (but with different names).

What is the difference between a Bierock and a runza?