4 Reviews

Nice recipe, Tart! This is exactly how I do them, so I shall replace the instructions in my Christmas menu with your recipe. For our sweet-toothed cousins, try brushing them with a little maple syrup.

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SarahEmmm December 25, 2009

Rather using what are cocktail sausages here in the USA, I decided to cut up some Italian sausages (some mild, some sweet) for this recipe & they made some GREAT APPETIZERS! Will admit that I also served them with 2 different dips, one was my regular cranberry sauce, & the other was a combination of cranberry sauce & a mile chunky salsa ~ Both were well received! Now I'm happy to keep hold of this recipe til the end of this year, when I can include these GREAT TASTIES with some holiday turkey! Thanks for a great recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed for one of my groupmates in the Aus/NZ Recipe Swap #24]

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Sydney Mike January 12, 2009

Why wait for Christmas. Easy to make any time of year. Great if you are looking for a low carb / paleo option.

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julong January 30, 2013

I made this recipe with halved breakfast sausages and cooked them in the oven along side of the turkey for about 2 hours. After the first hour I drained the fat and turned them over to brown them on the other side. While I'm not a fan of sausages, the rest of my family are and they have requested that these are on the menu every Christmas.

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Eldeevee January 01, 2013
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