Sunday, March 31, 2013

Easy Pigs in Blankets


I love sausages. And I love bacon. And what's better than both of them? Both of them together, of course! That's why these tiny pigs in their delicious blankets are one of my favourite ways of eating pork. Pigs in blankets can be made in a variety of ways. This is the simplest version I came across (and in my opinion the most delicious one). I first had them from a tiny Crawshaws outlet. And fell in love with the very first bite! The best bit about making them? They're insanely easy. And here's how.

Oh! One last word: let me mention I shopped my sausages and the bacon from Metro Cash and Carry, Kolkata (just so you know where you're sure to find them).


Ingredients

For four
  • Pork sausages  – 8, each cut into 3 equal pieces (or 1.5" pieces)
  • Bacon – 24, 1.5" strips
  • Toothpicks – 24
  • Oil  2-3 tablespoons
Method
  1. Place each piece of sausage at the end of each strip of bacon.
  2. Wrap the bacon all around and secure with a toothpick firmly (see below).
  3. Repeat for all the pieces.
  4. Heat oil in a skillet and fry them golden on all sides (as you would fry a normal sausage).
  5. Drain with kitchen towel and serve with your favourite sauce.

I have tried to explain the rolling with the help of the following figures. I hope they helped.
Wrapping method for Easy Pigs in Blankets

4 comments:

  1. i dont like meat. :( can a similar thing be made with fish?:P

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    1. Not that I know of... but a challenge! I love challenges! I'll have a go at it :)

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Would you try it? :)

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