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Pigs in Blankets Recipe

pigs in blankets, Pigs in Blankets Recipe

For this blog, I will be giving you a fantastic ‘Pigs in Blanket’s’ Recipe that is perfect as a side dish or maybe as part of a buffet. The Pigs in Blanket’s Dust was designed to really add an extra kick to the famous pigs in blankets.

The dust ingredients include: Paprika, Smoked Paprika, Palm sugar, Ancho, Chipotle, Guajillo, Celery salt, Sugar, Pepper, Garlic salt, Onion and Ginger. This combination of sweet & spicy is perfect to perk up those pigs and will be great as a Christmas stocking  this year!

Ingredients:

Method:

  1. Follow instructions for cooking the pigs in blankets. But generally 20 mins in a hot oven will do it.
  2. Take out of oven and sprinkle with the Pigs in blankets dust
  3. Turn over or shake and sprinkle until the pigs in blankets are fully covered.
  4. Put back in the oven for 10 minutes until they look golden and crispy
  5. Serve

These dusted pigs in blankets are perfect for your roasts and will definitely blow your dinner guests away! We hope you enjoy this recipe and we would love to see the finished recipe, so tag us in a pic on social media @rossandrossfood. You can also comment below on how the recipe went. If you loved this recipe then you’ll love this delicious Brussel Sprout Recipe we have designed for you, which you can find here.

pigs in blankets, Pigs in Blankets Recipe

About the new Roasts range:

The new range was created with the idea to liven up the classic Sunday dinner trimmings. For example those roast potatoes, pigs in blankets and your ultimate roast dinner meats. Within this range we have things like ‘Pigs in Blankets Dust’, ‘Roast Ham Glaze’ and even a ‘Brussels Sprout Dust‘!.

The entire new range was intended to wow your dinner guests for the whole year round… You could use the ‘Roast Potato Oil’ for your Sunday dinner, or the ‘Pigs in Blankets Dust’ for dinner parties. The new range really is pretty spectacular, don’t you think?

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