Sausage 'n Hamburger Rounds

"These are delicious! I have served them several times at pot lucks and friends' get togethers. They are so easy to make and so convenient to constantly have on hand. Yummy."
 
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Ready In:
30mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
60
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ingredients

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directions

  • Line cookie sheets with wax paper or parchment paper.
  • Spread party rye slices onto the lined cookie sheets (Makes approximately 60 pieces).
  • Brown Ground Beef and Pork Sausage together.
  • While browning meat, cut up velveeta into chunks.
  • Drain grease thoroughly from meat mixture.
  • Add all other ingredients to the meat mixture and cook until the cheese melts, stirring as it cooks.
  • Remove from heat and drop mixture by spoonfuls onto the party rye slices.
  • Place cookie sheets into freezer and freeze the party rye rounds.
  • When frozen, remove from cookie sheets and slide into plastic bags returning to the freezer for later use.
  • When ready to use, take desired amount from the bag and place on cookie sheet under the broiler until brown and bubbly.
  • (Few minutes).
  • Enjoy.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Chris B.
    can i use regular roll sausage and german style pumpernickel bread from Aldis as substitutes
     
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Reviews

  1. azusaleslie
    My family has been making these since the 1960s, calling them “Buffalo Chips,” probably for their rather unpleasant appearance. But they are just the best. I make them with party rye when I can get it. When I can’t, I use a Jewish-style rye, toasting them on one side. Don’t drop the topping on the bread; spread it slightly.
     
  2. Charleen S.
    Has anyone tried these as "sliders"? I love them as party rounds.
     
  3. lgcooper68
    These are awesome. We know these as Polish Mistakes. We use about 1 1/2 - 2 tsp. of worcestershire sauce.
     
  4. lucid501
    I cut the recipe in half and used all ground beef instead of half sausage. I was skeptical that the cheese amount listed was enough, but it came together nicely. I have about 20 of these still in the freezer and I've been grabbing them for quick lunches. I do think that I put too much filling on each round, as they don't heat through before the bread starts to burn, so next time I will adjust that. Made for Photo Tag
     
  5. anymouse
    My sister used to make these all the time but I had not had them in years. I made them for a holiday party for my girlfriends and they went very quickly. My husband also snuck a couple and loved them.
     
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Tweaks

  1. LvMyWestie
    I make these all of the time but bake them in a 400 degree oven until browned and bubbly
     
  2. lucid501
    I cut the recipe in half and used all ground beef instead of half sausage. I was skeptical that the cheese amount listed was enough, but it came together nicely. I have about 20 of these still in the freezer and I've been grabbing them for quick lunches. I do think that I put too much filling on each round, as they don't heat through before the bread starts to burn, so next time I will adjust that. Made for Photo Tag
     

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