I did not add the red pepper or the Dijon (rather, I had some stone-ground mustard for dipping). I also placed the rolls on a cookie rack on the cookie sheet so the grease would not be absorbed into the pastry. These were super yummy! I will definitely be making these again for my next Mommy-playdate!
shashe Posted: 02/26/09
jolisbebe Posted: 01/18/11
These were sooooo good! I would make them again and not change a thing about the recipe.
Reemus7 Posted: 01/02/11
I made this for a New Year's party and everyone LOVED it! The fresh spices really gave it a great flavor.
Andrea92fl Posted: 03/02/11
Simply delicious! Use ingredients as directed and you won't be disappointed. :)
gmetzgar1 Posted: 06/20/11
Delicious! The entire batch disappeared within minutes. I used bulk spicy Italian sausage (without casing) and didn't add the mustard or spices.
Scaddell1 Posted: 09/17/12
Made these for a Sunday brunch party. I made them per the recipe the night before and popped them in the oven that morning. Everyone LOVED them- even the kids!
PMartin65 Posted: 01/29/13
I've been making these for years from a recipe I got at another website. The recipe is the same except for the herbs. I use a hot sausage, and I always partially cook my sausage mixture to extract some of the drippings so the rolls are not swimming in sausage grease. I also use Coleman's English mustard instead of dijon. My family loves them and says they are better than the ones they serve at our local Highland games.
Cheryl242 Posted: 11/30/12
These looked very appetizing, and people did eat them, but, to me, the taste wasn't anything to get too excited about. I think it may have depended on the kind of sausage used--I didn't add the spices called for, either, so maybe that was the problem. Was leery of adding the spices, and so just used plain sausage and the mustard. Don't think I'd make them again.