Saturday, June 5, 2010

Kielbasa Bundles

We love just about any type of sausage around this house, and we love bread.  So when the two marry, we have happy mouths.  We all liked this easy recipe (and I love it when they love easy).  It's another I wrote down long ago and just now got around to trying.  Tasty!

1/2 lb kielbasa, chopped
1 small onion, chopped
1 garlic clove, minced
1 T butter
2 tubes crescent rolls
1 egg
4 slices American, halved

Cook sausage in skillet 5 - 8 minutes.  Add onion, garlic and butter; cook until tender.  Unroll crescent roll dough and form 8 rectangles.  Place a cheese slice on half of each rectangle; top with 2 T sausage mix.  Fold dough over filling and pinch edges to seal; fold seam under.  Beat egg and brush over dough.  Bake according to crescent roll package. 


Christian Magoncia said...

Looks so delicious! thanks for your comment on my post... just followed you... Hope you'll add me too

Thanks and God bless!!!

Traci Michele said...

Yum Yum!

e-Mom said...

Thought I'd pop by here just for fun. LOL, a good move!

I'm definitely going to try these. Kielbasa is one of e-Dad's absolute favs. (He had it in Poland and fell in love with it there.) Thanks so much. Printing...

Hugs, e-Mom

Amy Sullivan said...

What a fun blog!

Love you layout and design, and I'm super excited about some new and fun yummy recipes.

Nice meeting you!

e-Mom said...

These turned out well! What husband doesn't love "hotdogs" and melted cheese? A big hit... might become a regular on our menu!

Judy said...

It's amazing how many ways Crescent rolls can be used.

Amber said...

This does sound like something my husband would like. Every now and then I could sausage for him, bc I know he loves it. I'll have to give it a try.

BTW, thanks for your sweet comment on my blog Monday. I really appreciate it!