is allergic to cantaloupe, bananas, corn, carrots, oats, bakers and brewers yeast, peanuts, and tree nuts. All of these are new food allergies with the exception of peanuts--he has always been allergic to peanuts. He also has a ton of environmental allergies.
So in an effort to feed a 16 year old who cannot have bread or corn--I have had to come up with some new ways to serve old foods. I have had some successes and some 'eh--not so much'.
This one is a keeper. We really enjoyed these bierocks. They would work very well if you are in hurry or are going to a potluck.
by The Hays Crew
1 pound of hamburger
1 onion, chopped
salt and pepper
1 bag of already chopped cabbage--it was on sale!
2-3 cups of mozzarella cheese, shredded
10 flour tortillas
Brown beef and onion. Salt and pepper to taste. Add cabbage and cover skillet. Let sit until cabbage is steamed to your family's taste. We like ours a little crunchy--just a little.
Remove from heat and stir in cheese. Fill each tortilla with the mixture, roll and place in sprayed 9 x 13 dish.
Mine made 9, but I could have easily gotten 10 because these were stuffed pretty full.
I covered them with foil and popped them in the oven at 350. They are already cooked, so it was basically to warm them up. I probably had them in the oven 20 minutes or so. I served them with tater tots. It was a great meal and a lot easier than rolling out bread dough. Although, I still think that real live bierocks are the bomb.
And this girl licked the bowl clean after I filled my tortillas. She REALLY likes cabbage. Won't eat meatballs, but likes cabbage. She's weird.