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These were delicious! I used little franks instead of sausages (just personal preferences) and they came out fantastic! Franks were nice and juicy and the rolls were soft and flaky! Thanks for the post!
I made this recipe using Boors' Head cocktail hotdogs and they came out so good! I did not even need the parmesan ad garlic salt, although that makes it amazing as well.
These were good. I used garlic powder instead of garlic salt, the smokies are salty enough.
These are very yummy. Thanks for posting.
These little pigs were so fun to make. I carried these in a paper food box from Whole Foods after they were freshly out of my oven and shared with friends. They thought the pigs were from Whole Foods. LOL.. I mixed sea salt and garlic powder as a substitute of garlic salt and I'd say go easy with the salt because both smoked sausage and crescent are already flavored. This is officially on my party menu!
used flaky biscuts, and split open one biscut per hot dog and pinched the ends together to make one long dough. placed 1/2 cheese slice under dog and placed dog and cheese at beginning of biscut and rolled biscut dough around the dog and cheese.. sprinkled with garlic powder put on greased baking sheet and baked at 350 for 17 minutes as biscut directions indicated. Turned out reallllly good.. split open and put relish, mustard, ketchup and few drops habanaro sauce!
I really enjoyed how easy and delicious these were! I made them exactly how the recipe called. The only thing I changed was I used just a little bit more parmesan cheese. I think the parmesan cheese gives it a nice touch that you normally don't see. They came out so good and my boys ate them all up! I did pull them out as soon as they were starting to brown that way when they cooled they would be really soft. It worked! :D Thanks for sharing!
Used the whole dog which required a longer cooking time. Delicious! Next time I will use garlic powder, not salt and use more parmesan. Great, fast recipe!