My giant stuffed pig in a Blanket. If you have some stuffing left over, you can add egg white and all purpose flour mix and add more flour until it stops being sticky. Roll into balls and cook with your tenderloin until cooked and have them on the side. Serve with New potatoes, small Roast potatoes or mixture of fresh Veg, and a little Apple.

Pushing the vegetables to the sides of the tin then place the. It's basically a giant version of your favorite party snack. Karen McClintock, food and beverage content relations manager, says the dogs are named after a creature found on Pandora, which is often cooked on a stick. You can have My giant stuffed pig in a Blanket using 9 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of My giant stuffed pig in a Blanket

  1. It’s 1 of Pork Tenderloin.
  2. Prepare 12 of Slices of Back Bacon.
  3. You need 1/4 cup of Sage and Onion Stuffing.
  4. Prepare 1/4 cup of Sausage Meat or 3 large Sausages with no skin.
  5. Prepare 6 tsp of Apple Sauce.
  6. You need 6 tbsp of Boiling water.
  7. Prepare of Toothpicks.
  8. It’s of String to tie and hold.
  9. It’s 2 tbsp of Olive Oil.

The dog wrapped in dough is supposed to resemble a Teylu. Also I learned a method of rolling the pigs from one of Martha Stewart's books. Pigs in blankets fans, listen up – a really huge sausage wrapped in bacon is coming to London next month. Pigs in a blanket are a finger food enjoyed around the world, and they're super easy and quick to make.

My giant stuffed pig in a Blanket instructions

  1. In a bowl mix the stuffing, water, Sausage meat and Apple sauce ..
  2. Cut Tenderloin down the middle longways. Hack a little to make it a little wider so it resembles an open boat and put in the stuffing and press down..
  3. With the string line it on a work surface with a lot of slack at both ends, line the bacon overlapping as long as the tenderloin…
  4. Lay the Tenderloin on top and pinch meat together all the way along so as to hold it while you bring the bacon up around it place 2 pieces of bacon accross length ways to cover the fastened bit at the top..
  5. Now tie it all together round ways then accross the length or anyway you like. When fastened use olive oil and rub all over it, then wrap in tinfoil seal ends then cook for 1hr – 1hr.30 mins on 175°C or gas 6. Open up the foil and put back in for 5 mins to brown a little.
  6. If you have some stuffing left over, you can add egg white and all purpose flour mix and add more flour until it stops being sticky. Roll into balls and cook with your tenderloin until cooked and have them on the side. Serve with New potatoes, small Roast potatoes or mixture of fresh Veg, and a little Apple Sauce on the tenderloin…

Use a dough like crescent roll dough or biscuit Things like pepper, Italian seasoning, or Creole seasoning add great flavor to the pigs in a blanket. Sprinkle the seasoning on top of the crescent roll. Bacon wrapped sausages or pigs in blankets as they are affectionately known are a familiar fixture on dining tables up and down the country. They'll also available to buy from all Aldi stores across the UK. Pigs in blankets are by far the superior product.

By Debra McCollins

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