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Venison bacon and cream cheese rolls recipe

Venison bacon and cream cheese rolls recipe


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  • Recipes
  • Ingredients
  • Meat and poultry
  • Game
  • Venison

These meat rolls have a wonderful combination of flavours and textures. Sliced venison is rolled with bacon, jalapeno, cream cheese and then grilled to perfection.

40 people made this

IngredientsServes: 4

  • 225g venison fillet
  • 3 tablespoons zesty Italian dressing
  • 12 rashers streaky bacon
  • 4 tablespoons cream cheese
  • 12 slices pickled jalapeno peppers
  • seasoning salt to taste

MethodPrep:15min ›Cook:20min ›Extra time:1hr marinating › Ready in:1hr35min

  1. Cut the venison fillet into 12 strips lengthways. Toss with Italian dressing and allow to marinate for 1 hour in the refrigerator.
  2. Preheat a barbecue for medium heat.
  3. To assemble the venison rolls, lay a strip of venison on top of a rasher of bacon. Place a teaspoon of cream cheese at one end and top with a slice of jalapeno. Roll up and secure with a cocktail stick. Repeat with remaining ingredients. Season the wraps with desired amount of seasoning salt.
  4. Grill for 10 minutes, then turn over and continue cooking until the bacon is crisp.

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Reviews in English (41)

by Jesekajoy

This is one of our family favorites! I've done these as bite sized appetizers baked in the oven and as "stuffed backstrap" on the grill. Making it as one or two large backstrap pieces, putting it onto a platter and slicing off servings, takes less time to prepare. We've used the Italian dressing as the marinade, but if you're not a fan you can replace the dressing with any marinade of your choice. We've also used soy/worchester with 1 tsp. ground ginger, which is equally as good.-06 Apr 2009

by Huntbuc

I have been cooking a simular recipe for years with maple bacon and that is what I had on hand. That being the only ingredient change I made. These are very tasty! Spicy....so if you don't like the heat, cut the jalapeno slice in half, but they are so good in this recipe.It was raining, so I broiled them, turning once, until bacon was crispy. Also, I "nuked" the bacon half done to make sure the bacon was done and the venison NOT overcooked.This recipe is a keeper and will be devoured again!-05 Jul 2011


Step 1

1) In a medium sized mixing bowl, mix together cream cheese, bacon, green onions, garlic salt, and parmesan cheese, mix well.

2) Open can of biscuit dough and separate out each biscuit. Roll each biscuit out flat.

3) Take a spoonful of the cream cheese mixture and place it into the center of the biscuit dough.

4) Take edges of the biscuit dough and fold over until cheese is covered. Pinch edges to seal.

5) Place on a greased baking sheet and repeat until all the biscuit dough is filled. Sprinkled grated cheddar cheese on each biscuit before placing in the oven.


Bacon Jam Cream Cheese Stuffed Rolls Recipe

Ok, you have permission to cheat here and just buy the pre-made crescent roll dough… We won't tell if you don’t.

Roll Ingredients

  • ¼ oz active yeast
  • ½ cup sugar
  • ⅓ cup shortening
  • ¼ cup butter
  • ¾ cup water at room temperature
  • 4 cups flour
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp salt

Stuffing Ingredients

Preparation

Stir yeast into water until fully dissolved. Mix in shortening, sugar, salt, eggs, and half of the flour. Beat in a mixing bowl until dough is consistent throughout and has no clumps. Stir the other half of the flour into the mix. Knead the dough into a ball , cover, and set aside on the counter for about an hour or until the dough has doubled in size.

Place the cream cheese in a mixing bowl and fold in The Bacon Jams All Original Spreadable Bacon. Cover and refrigerate.

Preheat Oven to 375. After the dough has risen flatten it with your fist. Separate the dough into two parts. Roll each piece into a circle then spread half of the butter onto them. Using a knife cut the each circle into 10 pieces or wedges. ( If you used the store bought rolls [ not judging ] just lay out the pieces.) Place 1 oz of The Bacon Jams cream cheese and bacon stuffing near the shortest side of each wedge. Do not place stuffing further than a ⅓ of the way down the wedge. Roll the the dough up stuffing side toward the point at the end. Curl each piece into a crescent shape without breaking the dough. Set them aside to rise for 45 minutes or until them have doubled in size again. Gently butter the tops of the pieces. Place the pieces point side up on a lightly oiled baking sheet and set in the oven for 15 -20 minutes.

Note: If you used pre made dough follow the baking instructions on the package.


3-Ingredient Crescent Roll Recipe:

You only need these three ingredients for this outrageous and easy bacon recipe:

  • Pillsbury Crescent Dough Sheets (this isn&rsquot a sponsored post, you just have to use this brand)
  • Philadelphia Chive Cream Cheese (again, no sponsorship &mdash but Philadelphia Brand makes tubs of Chive Cream cheese and it&rsquos perfect in this recipe).
  • Bacon &mdash not thick cut &mdashjust plain old grocery store, average bacon.

Bake until the bacon is cooked, the cheese is melty and the rolls are browned. Emily was decidedly dis-interested in this appetizer when I assembled them at 10 a.m. on a Sunday morning (best light for photography and all&hellip) &ldquoI just brushed my teeth, &rdquo she shrugged.

Later that evening, it was a different story. &ldquoWhere are those &lsquothings&rsquo?&rdquo she asked, poking around in the fridge.

I reheated them, just to that melty, soft, crispy, porky unctuousness and brought them out on a baking sheet. Nothing fancy.

One bite and she was hooked. Three in and she was hopelessly done for. &ldquoI can do this for my friends when we watch the Bucs! They would love them. And they&rsquore so easy to make.&rdquo

Meanwhile, Scott, hearing the moans, came in to see what the ruckus was&hellip two bites later and I was accused of &ldquoholding out on him.&rdquo So, to Emily, Scott and you &mdash dear reader&hellip I apologize. I didn&rsquot think you&rsquod be interested in something so non-chefy. But hell, it tastes good. And I guess in the world of food-dom, that&rsquos all that matters. Shrug. Perhaps that dough-boy has some redeeming qualities.


Cooking Tools For The Job

One thing that I had to buy to make this recipe were mini cannoli tubes. You might have them if you make cannolis or lady locks but I did not. I also bought an icing bag and tips but I’ve used them for my low carb thumbprint cookies and my frozen whipped cream clouds so I’m getting a lot of use out of that tool. You can find these items on my Amazon page for this recipe if you are interested.

To make these tasty treats, you just wrap a thick piece of bacon around the cannoli tubes and bake for about 25 minutest depending on the thickness of the bacon. You want them to be nice and crispy but not too crispy that they will crumble. In the meantime make your herbed cream cheese by adding herbs, cream cheese, cream and garlic to a food processor. Add the herbs and garlic first to mince and then the cream cheese and cream. Spoon into a icing bag and when the bacon rolls are cooled, pipe in the cream cheese. If you have extra herb spread it is excellent on cucumber slices for a vegetarian option.


Cream Cheese Spinach Chicken Video

We have also included a short video above that shows you how to make a similar version that includes Spinach in the cream cheese.

You will be stepped through the process and see how easy they are to make. To view click Play above ^

Via Pray Cook Blog

“One piece of bacon wrapped around each breast is enough. But 2 pieces of bacon for each breast fully wrapped is outstanding.

1 lb. of chicken usually equals one large chicken breast cut in half. Cut each half in half again and you will have four 4 ounce pieces.

This recipe is very adaptable to being basted with your favorite grilling sauce, marinade, chili sauce, or sweet and sour sauce during baking.”


Ingredients in this Bacon and Cream Cheese Appetizer Crescent Recipe

Here is what you need to make this easy appetizer recipe:

  • Cream Cheese – make sure it is at room temperature
  • Bacon – cooked and crumbled
  • Parmesan Cheese – I think this is best when you freshly grate it
  • Onion – finely chopped so that it blends into the filling
  • Parsley – fresh is best!
  • Milk – I use 2% because that is what I always have on hand
  • Crescent Rolls – If you can find the ones that come as a sheet instead of with the perforations, it it a little easier. But you can just press the perforations together, as well!
  • Butter – I use unsalted, but salted would be fine, too
  • Poppy Seeds – You don’t have to add the poppy seeds but I love the color and texture they bring.


1 package (8 ounce size) cream cheese, softened
2 tablespoons chopped green onions
1 package (8 count size) refrigerated crescent rolls
8 slices raw bacon

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with foil or parchment paper.

Combine the cream cheese and green onions in a bowl. Mix well.

Unroll the crescent roll dough and separate the dough into triangles. Cut each triangle in half. Cut each slice of bacon in half.

Place a spoonful of the cream cheese mixture in the center of each triangle half. Roll the dough around the filling (like a crescent roll) and seal the edges.

Wrap one half-slice of bacon around each roll and secure with a toothpick.

Place the filled rolls on the prepared baking sheet. Place the baking sheet in the oven and bake at 350 degrees F for 15 minutes or until the bacon is crisp and the dough is cooked.


Spring onion cheesecake

A savoury take on the classic dessert – this “cake” has a wholesome base, and fresh, mild flavour.

Serves 8
75g oat crackers
75g rolled oats
½ tsp fine sea salt
¼ tsp white peppercorns, finely crushed
50g butter, melted
3 medium eggs, separated
100g fromage frais
1 tbsp plain flour
150g cream cheese
3 spring onions, finely chopped
150g Västerbotten cheese, finely grated (optional)
Salt and black pepper

1 Preheat the oven to 160C/325F/gas mark 3 and chill a 23cm round pie dish or cake tin. Blitz the crackers, oats, salt and peppercorns in a food processor (or seal them in a plastic bag and bash with a rolling pin) until the mixture resembles breadcrumbs. Pour them into a bowl, add the melted butter, combine and tip into the base of the pie dish, pressing down firmly. Set aside to chill in the freezer for 15-20 minutes.

2 Beat the egg yolks with a pinch of salt in a large bowl (an electric whisk works well here), then add the fromage frais and a pinch of the flour. Beat again and add the cream cheese along with the remainder of the flour, the spring onions and the Västerbotten (reserving some to sprinkle on top of the cheesecake just before baking). Season to taste. It should be quite highly seasoned at this stage as the whisked egg whites will dilute the flavour.

3 Beat the egg whites separately with another pinch of salt until stiff peaks form. Add one large spoonful to the egg yolk mix to loosen it, then fold through the rest of the egg whites, being careful not to knock out all the air.

4 Spoon the mixture into the chilled pie dish, flatten the top with a palette knife and sprinkle with the reserved Västerbotten (if using). Bake for 30 minutes or until the surface feels firm. The cheesecake shouldn’t take on too much colour, so check after 25 minutes and, if necessary, turn the heat down to 140C/275F/gas mark 1. Leave to cool in the oven for an hour after turning the heat off. Serve at room temperature.
Signe Johansen, Scandilicious Baking (Saltyard)


The Best Keto Bread Rolls

Everyone needs a good keto roll recipe in their arsenol of recipes. This one is easy to make, so you can whip a batch up to serve along with dinner. And it’s the closest thing to a traditional non-keto dinner roll that you can get, so it’s perfect for holiday meals or potlucks because you friends and family will love them.

The secret to scrumptious rolls is adding a little bit of buttermilk or yogurt. It helps with the flavor, and it helps to make the bread rise in the oven.

Spread some grass-fed butter over the top and you will no longer be missing bread on the keto diet. You can enjoy it everday!

What is fathead dough?

If you have heard of fathead dough before, you are probably used to seeing it used as a keto pizza crust in low carb recipes. It can be used to make other breads and baked goods. In this recipe, we are taking the main components of fathead dough (mozzarella cheese, almond flour and egg) as a base for our keto bread roll recipe.

We add other ingredients, like buttermilk or yogurt, to help decrease the cheese flavor that some fathead doughs can have.

How to Get Keto Bread to Rise

Since keto bread typically doesn’t use gluten based flours or yeast, it can be difficult to get the dough to rise in the oven. The ingredients in this recipe that help the dough rise are the use of baking powder and baking soda. Baking soda needs to react with an acid in order to produce carbon dioxide bubble to puff up the dough while baking. The acid in this recipe is the buttermilk or yogurt.

Another trick you can use to help your keto bread rolls rise is to throw a handful of ice cubes in the oven while the rolls are baking. The ice cubes will rapidly melt creating steam. Steam in the oven will also help you keto dough rise. Of course, if you had a steam oven, this would work even better.

Mixing the Keto Bread Dough

The best way to mix up this keto bread dough is to use a food processor. Since this is a fathead dough, the best way to incorporate the cheese with the rest of the ingredients is with an electric tool – like a food processor or mixer. I prefer the food processor because just a few seconds on the pulse button and the ingredients are combined. You can use an electric mixer but it’s a little messy because the ingredients can fly out of the bowl sometimes.

My favorite food processor is by Breville.

Is Buttermilk Keto?

Although it may seem like buttermilk has a lot of carbohydrates in it, it’s really not that much when you break it down per serving. In this recipe for keto rolls, we use 1/4 cup of buttermilk. That equates to 3 net carbs for the entire recipe therefore, buttermilk is keto approved.

I like to use buttermilk in recipes because it adds a tangy flavor and serves as an acid to interact with baking soda, which will help leven baked goods. In other words, it helps the bread to rise. The tanginess covers up the cheese and egg flavor in keto breads.

Keto Approved Yogurt

If you don’t want to use buttermilk, a low carb yogurt works well in this recipe too. It is tangy and acidic to give the bread flavor and help it rise while baking.

My favorite brand of keto approved yogurt is by Peak Yogurt. Their yogurt is triple creamed and only has 4 g net carbs per serving and it is made from Grass-fed cows. If you can’t get a hold of their yogurt, another brand to try is Two Good Yogurt. This yogurt has 3 g net carbs.

If you can’t get ahold of either of those, when all else fails, just look for a greek yogurt with the lowest carb count. You are only using 1/4 cup of yogurt for the entire roll recipe, so it won’t push your carb limit too much.

Keto Recipes to Serve with Low Carb Bread Rolls

These keto rolls are so yummy on by themselves, but you can serve them as a side dish during dinner or a holiday meal. Try these recipes:


Watch the video: Anleitung: Blätterteig Schinken Käse Stangen machen. Blätterteig Schinken Käse Stangen zubereiten (July 2022).


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