Tonight I made meat roll-ups. And I got to use some ingredients that made food prep much easier than normal! I did make two batches of rolls so that John could have a lactose-free meal.
The first thing to do is to brown some hamburger. With the main batch I stirred a tin of mushroom soup into the browned meat. For John's batch, I stirred in flour, some almond milk, and seasonings just enough to moisten it, but not to make it really runny. In Niger, I would make it the second way since we don't have tinned soup.
Next I made a batch of biscuit dough using Bisquick. Of course, in Niger, I have to make the biscuit dough from scratch. I mixed it up with the almond milk. Once the dough is rolled out in a strip, spread the meat mixture on it. Roll it up like you would cinnamon rolls and cut into slices. Lay the slices on a cookie sheet and cook in a 350 oven for about 20 minutes.
While they're baking, I browned fresh mushrooms in butter (in Niger I would use tinned mushrooms). Then I stirred in flour, and added half vegetable broth and half milk (real milk in one batch and almond milk in John's batch). You serve the meat pies with the sauce poured over. We ate it with green beans. I forgot to take a picture of the final product.