Friday, August 30, 2013

Beef Bundles with Layered Dip...

Beef Bundles with Layered Dip...
My sister-in-law asked for a simple and easy recipe to fix for an upcoming Cattle Woman's Event...The Beef 'n Brew!
So here it is...So delish and easy! It will be a hit for sure..... 
 This meal was yummy and the layered dip was easy. I used items for the dip that were already prepared, making the process easy-peasy!
It's a great presentation, easy to prepare in advance and best of all...
"Impressive on Eyes & Tasty on the Tongue!"
Jane loved the look of my Pear & Plum Bundles seen HERE.
So when she asked for a Beef Recipe, she mentioned the fruit bundles.
I had intentions of making my Beef Egg Rolls soon....So I created the Beef Bundles instead!
 ***(I will Do the Beef Egg Rolls soon...Promise! I Pinky Swear!!!)
1 cup of cooked beef, cut into very fine cubes,
 (I used precooked Tri-Tip from the store)
1 small can of dices tomatoes w/garlic, drain (very) well
1 can of cooked potatoes, drain and diced small
1/2 medium onion, chopped fine
1 small can of green chilli's, drained well
1/2 can of corn, drained
1/2 can of ranch beans, drained & lightly mashed with a fork
1/2 cup of finely chopped cilantro
1/2 jar of brown gravy
1 package of au jus, leave dry, use as seasoning
1 cup of grated cheese, I used the four cheese, Mexican Style 
Chipoltle & Worcestershire sauces, to taste
Extra spices to taste: Garlic Salt, Cumin, Onion Powder & White Pepper
(I used all of the ingredients listed)
2-3 packages of Egg Roll wrappers
Mix all ingredients together and place a heaping tablespoon of mixture on the wrapper. Roll or bundle together, bake at 400 degrees for 10-12 minutes.
Use foil over the top of baking wrappers during the last 5-7 minutes to prevent burning.
Dip ingredients & Instructions are listed below!
Please read all instructions (here & below) before baking :)
Throw everything into a large bowl (except the wrappers) and mix well.
Mmmm, this is good stuff...
Have some cooking oil ready to help seal the wrappers together....
Place a heaping teaspoon of mixture into the center of the wrapper...
This process is for the BUNDLES.
Gather together and pinch to hold...ready for the oven!
For the Beef Rolls:
 Place the same amount on the wrapper (1 heaping teaspoon), lay the wrapper in a diagonially. Fold the bottom corner over the top, then fold in the two side corners and roll closed.
Ta-Dahhh....Ready for the Oven
Bake at 400 degrees for 10-12 minutes....Protect with foil, half way through to prevent burning.
While the Bundles are cooking....Prepare the dip!
OKAY...this is too easy & Pretty too!
Sour cream
Bean Dip or leftover ranch beans, smashed
Avocado or Avocado Dip
Left over corn kernels, *optional
Cheese for garnish
Layer into small, clear cups for presentation, in small amounts.
See photo below 
This is an awesome way to serve dip for parties on the move!
Just GRAB & GO! AND, NO waiting in line!!!
"Easy, Peasy & Clever too!"
The Bundles are ready to serve....
Beef Rolls too!!!
Doesn't this look amazing! You will look like an amazing Cook too! 
Totally Works for ME! :)
I think my sister-in-law, Jane, will be happy with the results....
These will be so tasty when served at the Cattle Woman's Beef 'n Brew.
Serving-Up Beef with Style & Taste...
NeeCee Signature
Great for the Holiday Weekend too!!!
Have a Safe & Wonderful Labor Day Weekend

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