Here we have the Adventist vegetarian take on "Pigs in a Blanket". This is an easy breakfast potluck or a fun dish to add some variety to a traditional Sabbath potluck. Better yet, it's easy to make. Here's how.
- Biscuit dough (I make my own, but you can use canned biscuits as well). You can also use Crescent roll dough as well.
- Worthington Saucettes, Worthington Super Links, Worthington Vege-Links, Loma Linda Big Franks, Loma Linda Linkettes, Loma Linda Little Links, Morning Star Farms Sausage Links
- Cheddar or American cheese
- Roll out your biscuit dough flat - a quarter to half inch thick. Cut in strips a little less wide than the links you are using as shown above.
- Place vege-link (whichever kind you want to use) on the strip of dough as shown. The Saucettes, Little Links and Sausage Links give it a more breakfasty taste. If you want this for a lunch or supper, you can make bigger blankets for the longer vege-weiners. It's like pre-made hot dogs.
- Place a strip of cheese beside the link. You can use pretty much any cheese variety you want - even tofu cheese if you want to go full vegan.
- Roll the link and cheese in the dough, cut the roll loose and press the end into the dough to hold it together as shown in the picture.
- Bake at 350° until it the dough cooks brown on top and the cheese melts as shown in the photo at the top.
You can serve this with breakfast food like cereal or scrambled eggs or hash browns for a breakfast potluck. You can also serve them like hot dogs with beans, potato salad, corn and fried potatoes. You might even try these for a Pathfinder fund-raiser.
© 2015 by Tom King