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Cheese and Sausage Appetizers

Cheese and Sausage Appetizers

"I got this recipe from a home economics instructor when I was teaching in Oklahoma. I think it represents the Southwest because of its spicy flavor. It can be used as an appetizer before a Mexican meal or served as a snack."
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35 m servings
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  1. In large mixer bowl, combine cheese, butter, flour, salt and pepper. Beat with electric mixer on medium-low speed. Stir in cooked sausage. Form dough into 1-in. balls; place on ungreased baking sheet. Bake at 400 degrees F for 15-20 minutes or until light golden brown. Serve warm or cold. Store in refrigerator or freezer.

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Have made twice now. First time - good. Second time - reallllly good! Differences: mixed raw sausage (hot, not mild) and 1/4# (1 stick) of butter into dry ingredients. Used a bit more cayen...

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I have to say I was extremely disappointed in this recipe because the dough when cooked was ridiculously dry. If you try this recipe I would recommend some changes. 1) use the Johnsonville smo...

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Have made twice now. First time - good. Second time - reallllly good! Differences: mixed raw sausage (hot, not mild) and 1/4# (1 stick) of butter into dry ingredients. Used a bit more cayen...

I made these for a New years Eve get-together, and they turned out very good and everyone liked them. The only thing is that when I went to form them into balls, I had to add a little milk beca...

I gave them a 3, but the others who ate these thought they were a 5, so I rated them a 4. My husband really enjoyed these with a spicty ranch dressing to dip them in.

We use uncooked sausage and they come out a little moister. Mix with hands to get flour well incorporated. Margarine isn't needed. Balls should be fairly dry and will moisten when cooked from t...

I have to say I was extremely disappointed in this recipe because the dough when cooked was ridiculously dry. If you try this recipe I would recommend some changes. 1) use the Johnsonville smo...

I loved these, I couldn't stop eating them. However, I only put a pinch of cayenne because I don't like things spicy so everyone else thought they were too bland....next time I'll separate it a...

These were alright. They seemed to have too much flour and not enough seasoning. The suggestion of using raw sausage and cooiking it all together is what I will try next time.

I can't give them a 5 because I have to eat them myself to do that! but my boyfriend enjoyed them the day i made them...and the next, and the next! although they weren't perfect balls and they d...

Not bad. Added more sausage and cheese, which I'm glad I did. Provided more flavor. End result - good but they looked like cookies and were on the dry side.

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