Saturday, January 3, 2009

Little Piggy

Forgive the haneous photos, I didn't have adequate lighting.

For the U of U Sugar Bowl game yesterday, I decided to stick with traditional football fare and make some pigs in a blanket. I've never made these before and I didn't have a recipe, but they were pretty straight forward and turned out really yummy.

The first time I tried these were at a super bowl party last year in San Diego. The cook was putting them out by the bowl fulls and everyone was just devouring them. They're so easy to assemble and who doesn't love salty sausage wrapped in dough?

I served mine with honey dijon mustard and BBQ sauce. Very tasty appetizers indeed.

Two pkgs, precooked Hillshire Farm Mini Sausages *
Two pkgs, crescent dough

Unroll dough and press two triangle pieces together at the seam to form a rectangle. Roll out dough slightly; cut into strips. Rinse and pat dry sausage. Roll up each sausage in one strip of dough and place on cookie sheet. Bake at 375F for 12-18 minutes or until tops are puffed and golden brown. Serve with your favorite dipping sauce.

* Found in the bacon section, not the freezer isle.

1 comment:

shauna said...

Anything dipped in bbq sauce is gooood. You will be the designated weenie maker from now on.

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