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The Great Runza Experiment

phreakingeekphreakingeek Posts: 34
edited 8:59PM in EggHead Forum
With the help and encouragement from several Boardmembers...I embarked on an experiment to recreate the Runza of my childhood back in Nebraska.[p]With recipe in hand, I was able to duplicate them almost exactly as I remembered them. However, I'd like to think my palete has matured and they were a tad bland. I'd recomend adding a healthy dash of Dizzy Pig to the mix prior to stuffing the dough. [p]
Sure looked mighty pretty though:[p]141194168-M.jpg[p]

Comments

  • phreakingeek,[p]Please enlighten us with the details regarding this cook. I have been 'EGGIN on my co-worker Shawna who is a Nebraska native to bring me some real Runzas, but so far she has failed to produce .... ARE YOU LISTENING, SHAWNA?
  • BasscatBasscat Posts: 802
    meinlt,
    I too spent most of my younger years in Nebraska, and, though I don't have the eastern European roots to have Runza's as a family memory, Runza Hut is the best fast-food joint ever, and I really miss them since I left the area years ago. Here's a link to Wikipedia about the Runza with a couple of recipes. They are REALLY good cooked on the Egg!

    [ul][li]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Runza[/ul]
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