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Sausage Cheese Balls

From Chef John, Foodwishes. My family loved this. I'd like to make again using a bit more meat in the ratio. I also like to add crushed red pepper to taste mixed in (I grind mine a bit finer in an old coffee grinder).

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  • Mix together sausage, cheese and green onion.
  • In separate bowl, mix together dry ingredients. (This is equivalent to biscuit mix or self rising flour--so you could substitute if you wish).
  • Mix flour mixture with meat/cheese mixture.
  • When mixed fairly well, sprinkle in milk and mix until you get mixture to where it can be shaped into balls.
  • Shape into balls about the size of a walnut or slightly larger.
  • Bake at 450° for 12 - 15 minutes or until cooked thoroughly. (I like to broil for a minute or two for extra color at the end).
  • Serve with your favorite sauce. I like to make a dijonnaise with mayonnaise and Dijon mustard to taste.
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"From Chef John, Foodwishes. My family loved this. I'd like to make again using a bit more meat in the ratio. I also like to add crushed red pepper to taste mixed in (I grind mine a bit finer in an old coffee grinder)."
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  1. SharleneW
    From Chef John, Foodwishes. My family loved this. I'd like to make again using a bit more meat in the ratio. I also like to add crushed red pepper to taste mixed in (I grind mine a bit finer in an old coffee grinder).
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