Saucijzenbroodjes (Pigs in a Blanket)

Ingredients: (This recipe comes from a cookbook called Eet Smakelijk, which means “to eat well and with taste.”)

2 3/4- 3 lbs. sausage

3 cups flour

3 T. baking powder

1 tsp. salt

1 cup margarine

1 cup milk



Divide the sausage, forming 30-36 “pigs”. Do not roll in hands form carefully with finger tips or fork. (When we make these we use our hands…)

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Sift together flour, baking powder and salt. Cut in margarine as for pie dough. Mix in milk. Form into smooth ball. Roll dough to 1/4″ thickness, cut into strips about 3 1/2″ wide. Wrap “pig” loosely in dough, over-lapping on the bottom. Do not pinch ends shut. Prick top of each “pig” with a fork. Place on ungreased cookie sheets, bake 15 minutes at 400F. then 15 minutes at 350F. till brown. May be frozen up to 4 months.

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We have these every Christmas Eve. They are delightful!



About bikingsibs3

I'm a high school Senior at Saint Joseph. I run cross-country, play soccer, and race bikes. I love to bake and cook with my mom, mostly so that I will be able to survive on my own in college. This past Summer I biked to North Carolina with my two brothers. It was over 1,100 miles! I'm a twin, and the youngest of four. I want to be an Early Education teacher when I go to college, mostly teaching kindergarten. I hope that you enjoy my blog! (Any food recipe not stated was either from my Foods teacher, Mrs. Berry, a student of hers, from my own home, or as I hate to say it a mix/bag/box.) There are pages up top of this bio page and then there are also separate categories with actual recipes down below to the side (under the Archives). Please explore to your hearts desire!

Posted on December 26, 2013, in Recipes That I Shall Create. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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