This is a tasty recipe for Bacon Wrapped Sausage that uses a homemade sausage. It can be smoked or baked, then served as an appetizer, finger food, or even as the main meat.
Beef in a Biscuit
Not to be confused with pigs in a blanket, these are beef in a biscuit using a 100% beef mini sausages wrapped in a basic flour and water biscuit dough. Finally cooked over a fire.
If you want to step this up you can use milk instead of water, rub butter into the flour or even add some additional seasonings for a unique spin.
To cook perfectly it is necessary to focus on creating a fire with a lot of hot coals so the dough can be baked in the heat and not burnt in the flame.
2 cups flour
water, as required
16 beef mini sausages
fire roasting stick
Light a fire using hardwood, allowing enough time for it to burn down into coals by the time you are ready to cook.
Place the flour in a container or plastic bag.
Add the water in small additions until a dough is created that is a thickness that can be kneaded then rolled into small snakes, one for each mini beef sausage.
Spear the sausage onto the fire roasting stick then wrap the dough carefully around it. Pinch on to make sure is secure.
Roast the beef in a biscuit over the fires coals.
Tips: Hold the beef in a biscuit over coals, not flames, otherwise it will go black from the yellow flame and taste bitter.
Hold the beef in a biscuit in a hot location, but not too hot, otherwise the dough will brown and cook on the outside but the dough inside will remain raw and the sausage cold.