Very attractive looking appy! and good too. Had some ladies over for a "crafty evening", making little Christmas thingies, the spirals went over big, and the ladies took the recipe, from "Women's world".
These have been a favorite for years, when I serve these at my get togethers or make them for socials and large events they are always the first to go and everyone wants the recipe, I suggest to use large, extra large or even jumbo eggs for this, I like to make the yolk filling a day ahead and refrigerate this will blend the flavors --- for a nice presentation place each egg half in a colored paper muffin liner --- all ingredient amounts may be adjusted to taste --- see my recipe#259573
If I get asked for this recipe one more time, I will scream - just kidding! This is a great do-ahead appetizer. A good recipe to have for your summer garden abundance (and parties!). Only 145 days til July!
These are so addictive! I gave this recipe to some folks who now make 2 batches a week!
This was given to me by Joyce, a co-worker.
Note : Please use the large pretzels broken into pieces, these absorb the oil and flavor better then nuggets, or small twists. added: 10/29/08
I grew up on an avocado ranch, so I'm pretty picky about guacamole. This is our favorite recipe because of the lime juice and the mayo. The mayo makes the dip creamy and flavorful plus it lasts longer before turning dark. I use Best Foods/Hellmans mayonnaise.
Sounds delicious; sounds SO easy: found this recipe in today's 'Herald Sun Sunday magazine' and just had to post it here for safe-keeping! LOVE sage - and I'll most probably add rosemary to the sage as I have a nifty Rosemary and Sage grinder and I've discovered that these two work just SO well together. I'm planning on making these for over the Christmas break. And I'll certainly be adding minced garlic. UPDATE: since two reviewers have found that their sausage rolls were slightly burnt on the bottoms, if you know your oven is inclined to be perhaps hotter than some other ovens, perhaps cook them at a slightly lower temperature even if they take a bit longer to cook.