My husband said to rate this 4.5 stars. I settled for 4. It was great! I took the advice of others and pre-cooked (for about 5 minutes) the rolls. For my oven, it took about 20 minutes for the dish to cook through. Nothing was soggy or overdone. Perfect! The other changes I made was I added a sprinkling of onions to the browning sausage, and cut down on the amount of salt. No added salt is really needed with this recipe. The cheese has plenty. This is a recipe that is easy, quick, and it can be tweaked to suit your tastes. Add cilantro, serve with salsa. Use hamburger instead of sausage and cheddar cheese, or leftover pork, roast, or chicken. Season sausage with a bit of sage or rosemary or thyme. For the garlic lovers, add garlic. Whatever your family likes. The reason it didn't get five stars is, the crescent rolls were quite salty. Next time, I'm going to try puff pastry or Filo dough for the crust. This made a wonderful supper dish, served with a green salad, on a cool spring evening.
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My husband said to rate this 4.5 stars. I settled for 4. It was great! I took the advice of...