By jVo on March 10, 2007
Photo by GrandmaG
Photo by GrandmaG
"I can't remember where I got this recipe. I just know they're quick and easy and I make them often! Try different mustard blends and add caramelized onion for extra flavor! :-) HINT: Slice each kielbasa chunk into 2-4 discs and lay them down (like fallen dominoes) before rolling them into the crescent roll. Then it's not quite as big of a bite!"
Serving Size: 1 (108 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"These were really great. I modified the recipe a little: I used just 2Tbs butter and melted it with a few spoonfuls of apricot jam, then I used double the dijon-horseradish. They were sticky from the jam, but it tastes perfect with the mustard and the onions. GREAT way to use kielbasa, something different than potatoes and sauerkraut."
"These are so YUMMY! Very easy to make for a quick snack.thanks UPDATE: I made these with hilshire farms better chedder smoked sausage and cut them in half they are much better size wise and the also have cheese infused in them and lets face it everything is better with a little cheese!!!"
"Very simple to prepare and very tasty! Have made these several times now many different ways!"
"Great football food. I used smoked sausage dogs (hot dog size). Be prepared to make alot if you're feeding guys. They go fast."
"I had these on the menu to make on a busy weeknight. I wound up running late at work that evening, so the DH made this dinner for him and the kids and saved me a plate. I just came home as they were leaving for practice and there were only 2 left (and they didnâ€™t even want to save me those!). So 5 stars for a real family pleaser. Thanks for posting!"
"I made these for my son's lunchbox and while I loved these he was really not impressed :( I guess tastes really do change over generations because I would have loved these as a kid. I served mine up with a mixture of ketchup and mustard like I always do and thought they were fabulous."
"Oh! Partner & I were just talking about these (from our childhood memories...) last night and want to make this weekend. Since I'm a cheese-aholic I wonder if adding cheddar would be OK or too greasy? I will certainly try Healthy Foodie's sauces..."
"These were really great and very filling. We had them for dinner last night and my Ultra picky husband actually ate three! I substituted Turkey sausage and used the reduced fat crescents. We will definitely make these again."
"I tired this recipe last night and will make it again. I made some mistakes like purchasing a very fat, thicked skin kielbasa. I also used WAY to much butter (actually only half of what the recipe called for) so it was soggy. But other than my mishaps this was really, really good! Thank you:]"
"More than five stars for sure... great recipe. I used the healthy sausage and left out the butter and onions. We had ours with honey mustard sauce Recipe #58125 and German Curry Sauce for Wurst Recipe #37911. It was the Adult Fave for Christmas Brunch. Thanks!"
"My friends love when I show up to the superbowl party with these. This recipe is great because it's so easy to make and everyone thinks you've spent forever making them, but really it only takes 30 mins."
"I made these for my sons lunch box...He LOVES them. Of course I left out the onions...7 year olds can be sooo picky!!"