In your mixing bowl combine
1 pound of ground sausage-your choice
2 cups of grated cheese again your choice
1 cup of Bisquick
mix and roll into golf ball size "bites"
Freeze on a cookie sheet and store in a zip lock type bag.
When needed bake frozen bites in a 400 degree oven for about 25-30 minutes.
(add in could be onion, pepper flakes, etc)
Next, Take won-ton wrappers and put a teaspoon of crab meat stuffing in the center(I buy one or two crab cakes at the publix seafood counter) .
Paint two adjoining edges with water and fold over into a triangle. Fry in oil until puffy and crisp. Serve with Duck Sauce. I call these "Crab Traps".
Take 7" flour tortillas and cut into quarters. it will look like 4 little pie slices.
Then fry them in oil until light and very puffy.
Drain and then line them up on a cookie sheet and dot with a little salsa, cheese, onion, black olives, whatever, and bake @ 375 for about 6-7 minutes. Serve with Sour Cream.
If you like tex-mex, you can slice sweet potatoes 1/4 inch thick and lay them on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet. Sprinkle with lemon juice, a slice of jalapeno pepper and some cheese.
Bake at 400 degree about 20 minutes, cool a minute and serve with salsa.
Feel free to improvise.
I'm getting hungry.
The final, and I have this one published.
in a blender or food processor cream
8oz cream cheese,
4 oz chopped jalapeno peppers
2 tblspoons sour cream
Spread this on flour tortillas, cover with another tortilla and slice like a pizza into 8 parts.
One bag of 10-10" flour tortillas will make 5 rounds and 40 appetizers. Serve with salsa, but it is not vital, they are good by themsleves, soft, creamy and spicy.
from my kitchen to yours.