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German Pork Rolls or in German "Schnitzelrouladen" are easy to make. The pork rolls are filled with carrots, lettuce on a layer of creamy horse radish. It takes 45 minutes to make it and one portion counts only 740 calories. Happy Cooking!
german pork rolls
Ingredients (serves 4) German Pork Rolls

250 g carrots
4 pork schnitzel (150g each)
1 lettuce
2 tbsp creamy horseradish
salt, pepper, 4 tbsp oil
1/8 l beef broth instant
1/4 l milk
150 g onion springs (Schalotten)
300 g frozen peas
1/2 cup heavy cream
1-2 tbsp flour
1 bunch chives
potatoes for mashed potatoes

Cooking Instructions German Pork Rolls

- Peel carrots, cut in fine stripes Julienne style. Place pork slices next to each other.
- Wash salad and spin it dry. Spread a thin layer of horseradish on each pork slice, then place 1-2 leaves on top.
- Add some carrots and roll them, pin with tooth picks or rouladen pins.
- Heat 2 tbsp oil in a skillet and fry rolls all around, then add broth; let it saute for 15020 minutes.
- Make mashed potatoes and fill content in a decorating bag with a star nozzle; on a greased baking tray make little "roses" and bake them in pre-heated oven on 375 F for about 10 minutes until they are golden brown.
- Peel onion springs, cut in half if necessary; saute in remaining oil, add remaining carrots and peas, saute them until tender, then shortly before serving add chopped lettuce leaves to the vegetable, spice with salt and pepper.
- Take rolls out of the skillet and keep them warm. Add heavy cream into skillet, bring to  a boil, sieve flour to the sauce and bring again to a boil.
- Cut chives and add to the sauce. Spice with salt and pepper. Remove toothpicks or pins before serving.

Serve together on a warm plate.

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 January 21, 2013  Posted by at 12:22 pm Free Membership Recipes, Schnitzel Rolls Tagged with: , , , ,  Add comments

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