10oz sharp or meduim cheese
1 lb. sausage
3 cups Bisquick or pancake flour
Have cheese at room temp. Grate cheese,add to sausage, mix in Bisquick. Blend with hands like working with dough. Mix well. Form into marble size balls, place them on non stick cookie sheet, cook in a preheated oven at 350* for 15 minutes or until brown.
These can be made and frozen until ready to cook.
I've made sausage balls by a similiar (if not the same) recipe, and no, you don't cook the sausage first. The greasy nature of the raw sausage meat is what holds the cheese and Bisquick together.
I've tried many, many times to make a decent loaf of bread. I've done sloppy dough, I've done kneaded dough, I've done in-between dough. Nothing worked ! Until yesterday. The bread was perfect.
450grams wholemeal flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon brown sugar
2 teaspoons dried yeast
350ml tepid water.
Mix the dry ingredients
slowly add the water, beating with a wooden spoon.
when it becomes too stiff to use the spoon anymore,
start squeezing by hand. Keep stretching and squeezing
until the dough leaves the bowl clean.
Put the dough into a greased baking tin and stand near a warm radiator out of the draught. When it has doubled in size, put it in the top of the oven pre-heated to gas mark 7, 220C for 40 minutes.
This is quite the forum topic. I've read about sausage balls, bison balls, and an old guy who likes beating it with a wooden spoon.
A nice Spicy Meatballs Recipe:
Spicy Meatballs Recipe
I really fancy those now!
Omg it sounds so easy. Fair dinkum even I could make these. Thanks so much for sharing.
I will refrain from commenting on this subject because it is waaaaaaaaaaaaaay to easy to do so
by Renee S 9 years ago
This is so good. You cook your sausage. Drain. Mix about 8 eggs together, add Velveeta Cheese, sausage, onion if you like. Bake @ 350 for about 1/2 hour. So good. Anyone ever try this?
by cjcarter 7 years ago
What are some of your favorite quick and easy dinner recipes?
by At Home Mommy 7 years ago
With a little one and another on the way, I'm always looking for something new that's quick and easy to make. My best dish is probably chicken parm, but I do lots of Italian-y stuff. I could use a little more variety.
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