Pronounced ZRAH-zih zah-vee-YAH-neh. Also called bitki (BEET-kee). A favorite dish of the Old Polish nobility that has remained popular to this day throughout Eastern Europe; quite similar to rouladen served just across the border in Germany. Zrazy is a generic name for meat rolled around any of a variety of fillings, browned and braised until tender. This recipe is for thin slices of steak spread with mustard and filled with a bread, onion, and mushroom stuffing. Traditionally served with boiled rice or kasza (buckwheat) topped with extra sauce, but also great with potato dumplings and steamed asparagus.