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Discussion in 'Food Preparation, Camp Cooking and Recipes' started by drakeshooter, Dec 30, 2020.
Go ahead and post that. I’d probably try it and no sense starting another thread to ask for it.
Fry a 1/2 roll of ur fav sausage and drain.
Mix with 1 block of cream cheese.
Spread the mixture into a crescent sheet then roll up. Bake according to the crescent package. I’d tell u what that is but I don’t have one to look at. I’m sure there’s plenty ways to spice it up but that’s how we like ours.
Had one batch on Christmas Eve having another one for New Years Eve. Like it with Bugles or Fritos corn chips! Yummy!
Scoops....dont be stingy. Fritos or Tostitos scoops
I'm amazed y'all haven't had hot crackers before. They're amazing.
Yea, Scoops, right!
I’ve spiced it up with hot Rotel but Slap Ya Mama Cajun seasoning would work, too.
May be a little late drake , but look up smoked pig shots. Don’t see how these can’t be great plus creating a buzz at your gathering. I ran across it this morning on treager app.
This sounds pretty simple and delicious. How do you put that together?
I use boneless skinless chicken thighs. Cut into 1 inch strips across the thigh, then marinate a few hours or overnight in teriyaki sauce(not teriyaki glaze) with some brown sugar and a little garlic.
Skewer the marinated chicken strips up on soaked skewers, and bake at 375 on a pan with a baking rack for 15 minutes, then turn the sticks over and bake 15 minutes longer. I like to baste the sticks a couple of times after cooking is done with some teriyaki and brown sugar glaze, and pop em under the broiler for a few minutes. These are great grilled too!
corned venison sliders
I wound up making Reuben dip with the spicy Ritz and those pork shots. The shots kinda folded up and some fell apart once they started cooking but were actually a big hit for flavor alone. The cream cheese/pineapple filling sprinkled with a spicy rub elevated the flavor to the moon.
Anyone ever made the smoked queso that I keep reading about on smoking meat forums? Thought about trying it. I like a strong smoke flavor and it seems like that mixture might not absorb a lot of smoke and if it doesn't, might as well fix it in the oven.
Decided to do a few last night, killer suggestion!