Happy New Year! I made this incredibly delicious (and time consuming!!) pork tenderloin for New Year’s Eve dinner and it was an absolute hit. Not a drop was left on anyone’s plate! I highly advise splitting the workload up into two days, since the sauces can be made a day ahead. :-)
Happy 2012! If you want to indulge before you start your New Year’s resolutions, I suggest you make this decadent bread pudding. Think of a cinnamon roll drenched in a warm, caramel-rum sauce. Have I tempted you?
Hope everyone has a relaxing, food and football-filled day (assuming you’re into that). We need a lot of crossed fingers for our Buckeyes!
At my neighbor’s engagement party last weekend, one of the guests made the Neely’s recipe for pigs in a blanket. Although the mini hot dogs were more geared towards the kids, I couldn’t get enough of them. I decided to try them out for myself and make them at home.
With the ingredients already in the fridge, the preparation and cook time were minimal. Initially, I was not going to make the Neely’s tangy dipping sauce, but already had all the required ingredients. The sweet sauce boosted the flavor of the salty and juicy turkey dogs wrapped in the fluffy crescent roll.
This recipe is the perfect appetizer for a New Year’s Eve party. Serve alongside some ketchup, tangy sauce and honey mustard and they’ll be gobbled up in no time.