RO*TEL Sausage Balls – Football Friday

Rotel Sausage Balls Recipe

RO*TEL Sausage Balls – great football food! Freeze and cook later. We always have a batch in the freezer for a quick snack.
RO*TEL Sausage Balls - great football food! Freeze and cook later. We always have a batch in the freezer for a quick snack.
 

The countdown is on!  4 weeks until SEC football kicks off!  It is like Christmas here in the South.  I like a good college football game, as any good Southern girl does, but I love a good tailgate.  I think the tailgate is (almost) as important as the game.  I am always on the look out for a good recipe for our tailgate.

Every Friday from now until the end of the season I plan on sharing one of my favorite tailgate recipes.  I will post some tried and true recipes and a few new recipes that I discovered in the off-season.  This is a twist on sausage balls.  I substituted Ro*tel for the milk in our Whiz Sausage Balls.  We really liked it.  It adds a little kick without being too spicy, so everyone should be able to enjoy them.

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appetizer, sausage, mexican, spicy, sausage balls, bisquick, freezer meal
Appetizer
Mexican
Author: Stephanie – Plain Chicken.com 

Rotel Sausage Balls

prep time: 10 minscook time: 12 minstotal time: 22 mins
RO*TEL Sausage Balls – great football food! Freeze and cook later. We always have a batch in the freezer for a quick snack.

ingredients:

 

  • 1 lb sausage
  • 3 cups Bisquick
  • 8-oz Cheese Whiz
  • 1 (10-oz) can RO*TEL diced tomatoes with green chilies, undrained

instructions:

 

  1. Pulse RO*TEL in food processor until the tomatoes are broken up into smaller chunks; 10-15 pules.
  2. In the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the dough hook, combine sausage, Bisquick, Cheese Whiz and RO*TEL.  Mix until thoroughly combined.  Shape into 1-inch balls.  (May be frozen at this point).
  3. Preheat oven to 400ºF.  Bake for 12-15 minutes, until golden brown.
 

 

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  1. Steph, we don't football, but our XMAS Eve tradition is snacks.

    Sausage balls are one of my husband favorites and he always requests them. I don't like them cause they are too bland.

    I think this recipe is the ticket and I'm sure he will like them too!

  2. Nice twist on an old favorite – you wouldn't be one of those Bama fans would you? Nothing like a good old West Virginia boy to whip a team into shape. Saban is from Monongah and I'm from Fairmont – about 5 miles apart.

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