Easy Cabbage Pockets
I grew up in a town that was filled with Wolgadeutsche, or Germans from Russia. Family members and friends of the family made these cabbage pockets, sometimes called Krautbrot or Bierocks. This is a perfect food for lunches, as it is self contained and freezes well. I have changed it slightly to make it easier to make and enjoy. I love mine served hot, with ketchup for dipping!
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Pockets can also be baked on a baking sheet. Fold dough in half over filling and seal with a toothpick, if necessary.
Butter can be substituted for cooking spray, if desired.
Cooking time will vary based upon type of frozen dinner rolls used. You can also follow package directions for cooking time.
Any leftover meat and cabbage filling can be frozen and used later.