4 Reviews

Simple and very nice. I used to make these (called piggy in the blanket in many recipes) before and somehow my sausages always "exploded" in the oven. After having tried this recipe I now know why. You need to cook the sausages before they go into the oven! Never did that and never got this right. But now I did! And I was so pleased. Tried it with beef sausages where I did not add anything just sausage and (margarine based) puff pastry. Also tried it with vegetarian sausages and then I used mustard and a piece of cheese inside the wrap. I am really happy that I can now make perfect franks in blanks thanks to the "secret" of first boiling the sausages. Made for PAC, Autumn 2008. Thanks for posting.

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Chef Dudo September 20, 2008

Great! Very simple, and a good eat-with-your-hands kind of food. I used turkey dogs and pillsbury crescent rolls to wrap around them and the result was very yummy! This recipe is a keeper for those days that I just can't face making a huge, elaborate meal. Thanks!

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Sarah L. July 14, 2008

My family really likes these. We use beef hotdogs and vegetarian hotdogs. We have done many different variations now after trying these, like adding shredded cheese inside the wrap which comes out really good. I used I Can't Believe It's Not Butter spray instead of egg whites and that works fine also.

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Lady in Pink February 05, 2008
Franks in Blanks (Blankets)or Hot Dog Puffs