Another one from Delia Smith. Perfect for a cocktail party. I would think any blue cheese could be substituted for the Stilton, but it's better to have the real thing. I must add my two cents and say that true English Stilton is much creamier and more flavorful than what you get in the states, although stateside Stilton will get the job done. These can be served hot or warm, or they can be made in advance and briefly reheated before serving. They can also be frozen. Cooking time does not include chilling time.
Love these nice tidbits! :) Quick to prepare and while they are cooking you can take care of either, the rest of the meal or spend time relaxing until these tasty bites are ready. PepperidgeFarm web site.
This was a real hit at a Christmas Party I went to last year. Not only was the idea original and the presentation artistic, but everyone loved it! They are served in a large way- oversized novelty martini glass. They are absolutely delicious and reminded me of a bite of Bloody Mary
This recipe helped catch me a man! My now husband and I worked together, and he would make a regular stop at my desk to "steal" these delicious and addictive pretzels from my candy jar...his comment "Wow, these pretzels are delicious, but they give you Dragon Breath!" is the origin of the name. The rest is history.
Possible variations of the recipe below:
Variation: Mix in one or both of the following with step 1:
1/4 teaspoons lemon pepper.
1/4 cup Parmesan cheese.
Alternative: Use 16 oz. plain oyster crackers instead of pretzels. Bake at 275 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes, stirring after 10 minutes. Drain and cool on brown paper bag or paper towels before storing.
I have to hide these sausages behind something healthy in the refrigerator or my boyfriend Dugan eats them before they are ready. He is such a beast. Warning: Do not store within a monkey wrench throw of car mechanics and all men who drink beer.
This is MY recipe and method for preparing hot wings for a party! Prep and clean up is a breeze! I always get RAVE reviews! Especially from the clean up crew! lol I have changed this recipe to include instructions on fresh OR frozen wings. Please let me know what you think. Update: This weekend made these again! Seasoned with garlic powder and cajun seasoning and grilled them starting with a preheated grill set to high. Oiled grill racks and seared each side of the chicken, then cooked over low to perfectly done and brown, crispy perfection. Removed from grill and tossed in sauce! Again, no messy pan to clean! :)
A simple to make any-time snack which can be eaten warm or at room temperature, and just watch them disappear at children's parties! From an October 2005 issue of the Australian magazine 'Fresh Living'.