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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

The "Other" Sausage Balls

Years ago, before we started making sausage balls with Bisquick we use to make them this way. I remember Friday night making them and storing them in the fridge. Then Saturday morning early while we were getting ready for the game we would bake them.  When they were done we would wrap them in foil and pack them away for the trip to Legion Field or Bryant Denny Stadium.  We wouldn't be through Guntersville until someone was breaking open the sausage balls.  I had not made them in years but decided I wanted to try something different this week.  Brings back a lot of good memories of those days watching Ozzie Newsom and who can forget Oh Jeremiah Castile.
The beauty of these sausage balls are you can make a bunch or just a few.
Pour a little Parm cheese in a bowl.
Open up the can of biscuits.  This can the biscuits are small so I am going to cut in half.  The larger biscuits cut them in fourths.
Pull out some of the sausage.
Flatten the half of the biscuit out and place a small ball of sausage in the middle.
Pull the sides up and make a good ball.  Make sure it is pinched closed.
Then roll in the Parm cheese.
Put it in the container.
The one can of biscuits is finished.  Seal and place in the fridge if you are not baking them right away.  I don't think you can freeze them because of the biscuits.
When you are ready to bake, preheat the oven to 375.  Spray a cookie sheet. Bake for about 15 minutes.  Watch them. You want them lightly brown on top and the bottom with be crispy.
Fresh from the oven.
Ready for College Gameday!
This is what they look like on the inside.  The cheese gives it a nice crunch.

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