How to make it

  • Roll dough out into 2 rectangles about 10X14 each and cut each into about 24 equal squares
  • Lightly spray a mini muffin tin with no stick spray
  • Flatten each cut dough square out slightly and add 1 piece of cheese
  • Top with a slice of sausage
  • Top with a small spoonful of sauerkraut
  • Sprinkle with a lil fresh ground pepper
  • Bring sides up and over the goodies and press the edges together
  • Drop into a well in the muffin tin, seam sides up
  • Continue until all wells are filled See Photo
  • Sprinkle with paprika and bake in a 400 oven for about 10 minutes or so until puffs are lightly golden brown.
  • Serve warm or room temp with your favorite mustard for dipping!
  • **I tried these a few different ways with the layering and whether to bake seam sides down or up, and the above is the way I found to work best. :)

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  • bradkessler 7 years ago
    OMG You have the best stuff! Your family is so lucky to have found you! I can not wait to try these. I believe the sauerkraut will give this pastry a little ummph!
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  • NPMarie 7 years ago
    Very nice Keni! I'll be sure to let you know when I get around to making these:) A very Happy New Year to you and yours!
    P.S. Love your avatar...
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  • chuckieb 7 years ago
    This sounds yummy. Anything with Kraut in it, I'm in! :)
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  • rachpj 7 years ago
    sounds delish I will be trying these, thanks for the post :)
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  • joe1155 7 years ago
    Sounds really tasty. My friend Anita makes something like these using puff pastry. They are great for a party or with cocktails.
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