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Americana Pigs In A Blanket

I’ve had so many requests for the good old Pigs in a Blanket recipe. This has got to be the easiest thing to make ever.

Americana Pigs In A Blanket
Americana Pigs In A Blanket

Americana Pigs In A Blanket

I’ve had so many requests for the good old Pigs in a Blanket recipe. This has got to be the easiest thing to make ever. I’m almost embarrassed to post it. Tradition is to dip them in ketchup and mustard, but I like to shake it up with various unexpected dips.

INGREDIENTS

1 Can (8 Ounces) Refrigerated Crescent Dinner Rolls

24 Fully Cooked Cocktail Wieners

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Grease a baking sheet. Unroll dough and separate into 8 triangles. Cut each triangle into 3 smaller triangles. Put one wiener on the shortest side of each triangle. Roll up to the opposite point. Put, point side down, on greased baking sheet. Place into oven and bake for 10 to 15 minutes. Remember that each oven heats differently. You will want the dough to be a golden brown. Remove from oven and immediately remove from baking sheet. Serve with your favorite dip. Serves 8

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Thomas Paine January 31, 2014 at 02:15 PM
IIRC, I asked for your recipes for these and the deviled eggs. Thanks. Depending on the crown, we might do a variant on these where we put a dollop of flavored hot dog onions on the weenie before wrapping it in the blanket. You can use Sabrett brand or something else, or make your own. Adds a nice kick to the experience that goes beyond mustard. As for mustard, we tend to serve with both standard yellow French's as well as a combo of Grey Poupon smooth and stone ground (country style). Not sure it makes the weenie high falootin or not but they are tasty. Now, do you have a recipe for something with bacon on a skewer? We have done cheese lollipop that are rolled in finely diced bacon bits. Use a semi-soft cheeze that can be formed into a ball, skewer with a shortened bamboo skewer (cut a standard skewer in half) and then roll around in the diced bacon to coat. Stick them into a some vegetable that allows them to stand up like a bouquet. Excellent!

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