Monday, November 17, 2014

Game Day/Nascar Sausage Roll Ups.

Not the best picture ever, but, well actually, one of the worst, but it's all I've got.  Regardless, these things were DELICIOUS!  And very rich!  

This is what to do with left over hot dogs or sausages and crescent roll dough.  Cut the dogs in half, slit each half almost all the way through, then pan fry them until slightly brown;  stuff them with some cheese and a piece of pickled vegetable (or jalapeno’s would be good too) wrap them up in the crescent dough (or phyllo would work too, but phyllo would require a little more effort because of it's delicate nature, but I think worth the time. I'll let you know when I get a chance to try it out on this recipe.). Bake at 350 for about 15 minutes until the dough is brown and cheese is melted.  Dip in BBQ sauce, ketchup, sweet and sour sauce, mustard of any kind (especially Larrupin's Mustard if you can get it, what ever floats your boat. Perfect easy game day or Nascar snack (or any kind of event you can think of.).
My particular ingredients to serve 2 were:
2 sausage dogs, cut in half and split length wise, but not all the way through.
One thin slice of jalapeno jack cheese
One thin slice of Swiss cheese
One thin slice of cheddar cheese
(the cheese should just be thin and narrow enough to fit inside the slit of the sausage)
A piece of pickled asparagus in one
A piece of pickled green bean in one
A slice of bread and butter pickle in two others.
(all sliced down small enough to squeeze in with the cheese)
 Get crazy and make up your own version of these yummy tidbits.  Make your own dough, use phyllo, store bought pie dough.  Use blue cheese maybe? Olives?  Go crazy!  See what kind of fun snack you can make out of this.  

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