That's why I didn't state it below during preparation
Pepper the roulades and season with salt. Put some mince at the beginning of the roulade and place a pickle on top. Sprinkle with onion. Cut the shepherd's cheese into slices and place on the roulade. Roll up and secure with kitchen twine. Sear both sides in the hot butter fat.
Place in the roaster and top up with red wine and meat stock. Bake at 180 degrees for about 2 hours. The sauce is now creamy enough and does not need to be thickened. . We had homemade dumplings and red cabbage with it. A holiday feast for us. Enjoy your meal with the variant and LG tina
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