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Garlic Parmesan Cheese Bombs. Toasted Ravioli with Cheesy Marinara Sauce. Be the Next King of Balls: Easy Homemade Kikiam - Along with the shabu-shabu fish balls and beef pares, today’s post should help fulfill your great dream of becoming the brand name of choice among street carts and carinderias.

Be the Next King of Balls: Easy Homemade Kikiam -

With this homemade kikiam recipe, you can push through with your new entrepreneurial venture as a hawker and start building your empire of street food. Soon, conyo kids will be riding jeeps to make tusok your fish balls, the 5-peso coin will be redesigned to bear your image, and your reputation as THE King of Balls will have traffic enforcers giving you VIP treatment (sans wang-wang).

But first, get over your fear of sputtering hot oil and get cooking. Total Time: 30 minutes / Yield: 12 rolls Ingredients 1 kg ground pork2 cups red onions, chopped1/3 cup minced garlic1 cup minced carrots1/2 cup cornstarch2 tsp iodized salt2 tbsp sugar1-2 tsp five-spice powderDry bean curd sheetsOil, for frying Procdure Mix together all ingredients except the bean curd sheets. Sausage Pinwheels - Recipe Girl. This recipe for Sausage Pinwheels is a variation on classic English Sausage Rolls.

Sausage Pinwheels - Recipe Girl

They’re an easy appetizer to make– crumbled sausage with onions, fresh sage and cheese with Puff Pastry rolled around it. Slices of the roll turn into pinwheels when baked. These Sausage Pinwheels are a great appetizer to serve at a finger food party, football Sunday or a Downton Abbey themed gathering. Serve with Dijon mustard… or honey Dijon mustard for dunking. Yield: 18 pinwheels Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 30 minutes Sausage Pinwheels In the photos shown above, the recipe is made with crumbled English bangers.

Simple Bacon Wrapped Scallop Skewers — Homemade Hooplah. It’s been a little more than a year since I left my office job, and I’m mostly okay with it.

Simple Bacon Wrapped Scallop Skewers — Homemade Hooplah

It’s not a time in my life that I’d want to go back to, but I’d be lying if I said there weren’t a few things I missed… like, say, the annual holiday party. Because you have to understand, my old company threw epic parties – the type of parties that you didn’t always remember what you did the night before but you were pretty sure it was embarrassing and that was still okay because odds are your boss isn’t going to remember what you did, either. It was a “young” company for the most part and we knew how to take advantage of an open bar. Bacon-wrapped Pineapple Mozzarella Rings (a.k.a. Bacon Donuts) Mini Corn Dogs. Mashed Potato Bacon Bombs - Savory Style. So there I was, with like 50 pounds of Mashed Potatoes leftover from one family dinner (typical me).

Mashed Potato Bacon Bombs - Savory Style

Well, maybe it wasn’t quite 50 pounds, but pretty darn close, or at least it seemed like it…lol! And even though I was drowning in Mashed Potatoes, I just couldn’t throw them away. I needed to find a new and delicious way to use them up and fast! I already set aside enough for a couple of breakfasts, and now I really wanted to do something with them that you don’t see in your typical mashed potato leftovers! You know, something unique, that you don’t see daily on the food filled inter-webs! Then BOOM~ it hit me..almost literally..”BOMBS”..haha! Each crispy, Bacon wrapped Bomb is bursting with creamy, smooth mashed Potatoes and dripping with melty Cheese! Mac and Cheese Pizza Cups. Sweet Heat Meatballs. Let me just say something here off the bat.

Sweet Heat Meatballs

I love meatballs. If there’s any kind of food in the world that causes someone’s brain to malfunction and start chanting its name in a frenzied mantra, it’s meatballs for me. It started a very long time ago. Let’s fairy tale this. Once upon a time, I happened across a hole in the wall restaurant that served spaghetti and meatballs. Probably not the best of fairy tales but I started off making Parmesan meatballs which I put in subs and gradually recreated the dish that started this all. Then came the invasion of the evil Ikea Swedish meatballs. But today I yield.

And while you can opt to make your own meatballs, you can also get frozen ones to work with here. And how about that glaze? Let’s zoom in, shall we? How can you not want that? Serve these babies at dinner parties, cook outs or whatever function you have. Sweet Heat Meatballs Author: The Cooking Jar Serves: 25 servings Ingredients Instructions Notes Makes 25 sticks with 2 meatballs each. Related. Barbecue Chicken Nachos.

Barbecue Chicken Nachos Easy crowd pleasing barbecue chicken nachos.

Barbecue Chicken Nachos

Barbecue Chicken Nachos. Fried Mac and Cheese Balls. The title pretty much says it all on this one.

Fried Mac and Cheese Balls

Awesome beer food. Even the cats like ’em! If you have a hoard of people to feed, fry the whole recipe. If not, stop at the freezer part, and only fry the portion of them you’re going to eat. Fried Mac and Cheese Balls Recipe. Pizza Pinwheels - Yellow Bliss Road.