Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Appetizing Appetizer

These are a regular appetizer in my family. When we have a gathering, you can be sure either Mom, Laura, or I will probably be bringing a tray or two full of these delicious bites. The only disadvantage to these appetizers is that they’re best when fresh out of the oven or at least warm, and it’s not always easy to keep an appetizer warm. They are worth the effort though.

Polish Mistakes
1 lb ground Italian sausage, cooked
½ lb (8oz) Velveeta cheese
¼ t oregano
¼ t garlic salt
½ t Worcestershiresauce
1 loaf of party-size rye bread.

After the sausage is cooked, add the cheese. Mix until the cheese is melted through. (You can put the sausage and cheese in a microwave bowl and melt it in the microwave if need be.) Mix in the oregano, garlic salt, and sauce. Slather about a tablespoon or two of the mixture on each slice of bread. Place the topped bread on a cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 12-16 minutes and serve.

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