Okay, so this is one of those throw-together moments . . .
2 cans Pillsbury rolls (any kind)
1/2 lb lean ground beef (or sausage)
1/2 onion diced
2 Tbsp. oil.
salt to taste
cayenne pepper to taste
1/2 cup sour cream
1/2 cup shredded cheese blend
Preheat oven to temp on Pillsbury can. Fry the eggs scrambled in fry pan. Set aside. Brown the onion and ground beef. Put all ingredients (except rolls) in mixing bowl and mix.
Place Flexipan Tray (I used the Medium Tartlet Tray) on Perforated Baking Sheet. Wrap roll around meat mixture and place in tray. Bake according to the Pillsbury suggested time . . . however, I always check a little sooner . . .
*Note: The reason this is titled "East Meets West for Breakfast" is because there is a traditional dumpling in China called, "Baozi" that my family absolutely loves. It's different in the fact that dairy products are never used in Chinese cooking, there's usually a vegetable included, and primarily pork is used instead of beef. Oh, and who ever heard of a can of Pillsbury dough in China?