"Served with barbecue sauce, these baked sausage balls are the perfect party treat. They're great served on a hoagie roll, too!" — Bob Evans®
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Bob Evans® Zesty Hot Sausage Roll
grated Parmesan cheese
1 (18 ounce) bottle
Bob Evans® Wildfire BBQ Sauce
These were really good! I made some changes due to the ingredients I had on hand. First, I used sweet italian suasage (taken out of the casings). I also made them a little bigger to make "meatball sandwiches". Then I used the bbq sauce I had on hand. Once I cooked the meatballs I added them to the sauce and simmered for 10 minutes before serving. Finally, served them on a toasted roll with grated sharp cheddar. Great twist on your standard meatball sandwich. This recipe is easily adjusted to suit your needs/taste!!
I modified the recipe a bit to cut back on spice since I was serving to kids. I used the regular jimmy dean sausage and instead of bbq sauce I used tomato sauce with a dash of red pepper flakes. They were a huge hit! They were fighting for the last one! Will absolutely make again.
Yummy and what interesting twist on the same old, same old cocktail meatballs. I used seasoned Italian breadcrumbs, Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese and followed other reviewers advice and baked them on a cooling rack placed in the baking sheet. They were delicious!
Great stuff, I made it for 3 different pot lucks over the holidays. It was the first dish to go! I used normal bbq sauce with some tobasco thrown in..
These were great! I made them exactly as listed, and after they were done in the oven I placed them in a crock pot to keep warm with the sauce. They didn't dry out and were raved about throughout the night. Thanks!!
I've made appetizer's before but these puppies flew off my serving plate! I followed the recipe to a "T", however, the only modification I made is that I used a sweet BBQ sauce. The combination of the sweet BBQ with the heat of the meatballs just made everyone rave and ask for the recipe on the spot.
Sprayed cookie sheet w/ a little olive oil spray and followed recipe exactly as written except I used regular BBQ sauce for dipping and Italian breadcrumbs. These were gone in seconds and i even doubled the recipe. Huge hit that was requested to be made every year. Do cut one in half to see if done b/c i had to add 5 minutes to cooking time but probably made mine a little bigger. Made again and made smallerr balls and had to turn them halfway through cooking to avoid burning. Kids and adults love these!
Yum!!!!!!! These disappeared at my holiday party!
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