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2007/01/24 18:13:48 (permalink)

RUNZA

Have any of you tried a runza and if so, what was the filling?
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    desertdog
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    RE: RUNZA 2007/01/24 19:24:34 (permalink)


    This is a joke, right?




    If not, I would suggest you talk to Roossy....


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    RE: RUNZA 2007/01/24 19:26:14 (permalink)
    They're only good when they're purple.
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    RE: RUNZA 2007/01/24 19:54:04 (permalink)
    Search the archives boyardee65.
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    RE: RUNZA 2007/01/24 20:32:01 (permalink)
    "A Runza® Sandwich is a delicious blend of fresh ground beef, cabbage, onions and special spices all baked inside homemade bread." From the Runza website.
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    RE: RUNZA 2007/01/24 20:37:26 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by fdm813

    "A Runza® Sandwich is a delicious blend of fresh ground beef, cabbage, onions and special spices all baked inside homemade bread." From the Runza website.


    Ah YES!!! BUT Roossy's ORIGINAL Runzas(tm) BEST viewed under black lights.
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    roossy90
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    RE: RUNZA 2007/01/25 18:08:18 (permalink)
    I cannot believe that this topic was started." />
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    CajunKing
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    RE: RUNZA 2007/01/25 18:55:46 (permalink)
    Hey look she is turning a shade of Red..... no wait PURPLE!

    ROFLMAOA&A&A&A&A&A&A&A&A&A&A




    A&A= again & again...
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    RE: RUNZA 2007/01/25 19:07:22 (permalink)
    Welllllllll, coming from Nebraska where Runzas are probably the "State Dish". They must be made from homemade yeast dough, and filled with cooked ground beef, onions, and purple cabbage.

    The Lady
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    RE: RUNZA 2007/01/25 19:36:46 (permalink)
    well, if that's the case, tara has making runzas down to a fine art
    (runs and hides back under my rock)
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    RE: RUNZA 2007/01/25 19:46:38 (permalink)
    ...roossy, i used your previously posted recipe and pillsbury pie crust to make runza - it was delicious, but having used green cabbage, it lacked the prerequisite and lovely shade of purple...(it may be sacrilige to some, but i added curry powder to one batch - very yummy)...great recipe!
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    RE: RUNZA 2007/01/25 19:54:23 (permalink)
    Well, boyardee65 probably thinks we are ALL crazy now...
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    RE: RUNZA 2007/01/28 02:06:16 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by LegalLady

    Welllllllll, coming from Nebraska where Runzas are probably the "State Dish". They must be made from homemade yeast dough, and filled with cooked ground beef, onions, and purple cabbage.

    The Lady

    I'm surprised that I didn't see Runza on the " Favorite State Dish" thread so I brought it up again to remind some people of things that we take for granted.
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    RE: RUNZA 2007/01/28 02:09:39 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Adjudicator

    Well, boyardee65 probably thinks we are ALL crazy now...
    No, just you!!! LOL
    I love purple cabbage!!! onions, good ground chuck, lot's of pepper, salt, mustard, real American Cheese, and sprinkle of kummel.
    PERFECT!!!!!
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    RE: RUNZA 2007/01/28 21:43:12 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Sneetch

    ...roossy, i used your previously posted recipe and pillsbury pie crust to make runza - it was delicious, but having used green cabbage, it lacked the prerequisite and lovely shade of purple...(it may be sacrilige to some, but i added curry powder to one batch - very yummy)...great recipe!

    I buy the frozen loaves of dough to make mine.
    Just so everyone that has not seen or knows, the very first runza I made, was with my leftover corned beef, and why I decided on purple cabbage, I have no clue, maybe except for the shock value. " />
    Post purple runza's were made the with the "proper" ingredients.
    Xannie, you can come out again!
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    RE: RUNZA 2007/01/29 10:56:20 (permalink)
    http://www.lib.ndsu.nodak.edu/grhc/history_culture/recipe/bell.html
    California Runzas.
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    boyardee65
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    RE: RUNZA 2007/01/29 13:30:04 (permalink)
    P.S. Sorry for the re-posting of this thread. Forgot I started it before. Maybe too many beers...


    Anyway, thanks for the replies.
    David O.
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    boyardee65
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    RE: RUNZA 2007/04/24 00:33:26 (permalink)
    I will be making runzas again tomorrow so I wanted to hear of any other variations. I'm making mine the traditional way with ground beef, onions, cabbage, and American cheese. Also going to try BBQ pork runzas with sweetened cabbage,(kind if like a southern BBQ sandwich.)
    Hope you all have a great week!! Good eating!!

    David O.
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    RE: RUNZA 2007/04/24 11:30:21 (permalink)


    MMMMM, that sounds good. post pics if possible!

    DD
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