OK, here's something from hubby's Polish grandma. I don't even know what they are really called, but we call them Beet Buns. I promise you've never heard of them, but they are fantastic. There aren't a lot of 'measurements' in this recipe. It's one of those "a bit of this and a bit of that ones" where you just eyeball them when they are ready to bake and take out of the oven.
Wash young beet leaves straight from the garden.
Make (or buy, if you prefer) some dough such as bun or bread dough. It doesn't really matter which, because it always tastes good.
Roll each beet leaf up into a tube with about a tablespoon of dough in it. Layer them in a buttered pan or roaster and let them rise for about an hour. Drizzle them with melted butter and bake in a 350 degree oven for about a half hour to 45 minutes. Let them cool in the pan.
Now comes the good part....
Melt some butter in a big frying pan. Put the buns in it, and heat them up, stirring so they don't burn. When they are hot, sprinkle them with finely chopped green dill leaves. Next, pour cream over them, and stir for a minute while it sizzles, and soaks into the buns.
Eat them with sour cream.
They will make you famous.
Always drive the truck so you don't have to get out and open the gate.