1 pkg cream cheese
2 cups cheddar cheese, grated
1 cup mayonnaise
1 small finely diced onion
1 tsp. hot sauce
This dish was well-received and there were no leftovers.
The second dish I will call Pepperoni Wraps. Here's a link where you can see photos of the process and the final product. (It's all one long photo, so I did not place it here, because it copies too small.) Here's what you'll need:
mozzerella cheese (I bought a big block of cheese and we cut it into long rectangles. Cheaper than buying bags of cheese sticks.)
pepperoni slices (WalMart mysteriously stopped carrying our favorite long, hard, red sticks of pepperoni, so I had to buy packages of pre-sliced at Dollar General.)
crescent roll dough (You can buy those pop-open cans, but I opted to make my mom's wonderful refrigerator yeast roll dough because I know it makes great crescent rolls. Here's the recipe.)
|one of my mother's yeast rolls|
Bake them on a greased or papered sheet in a 350º oven for 20-25 minutes until golden brown. Serve with a dipping pizza sauce. We love Del Monte's diced tomatoes with garlic/basil/oregano, and then we blend it smooth in the blender. YUM. Dip the wraps in the sauce.
The church people consumed these and murmured about them as they did so. They oohed and aahed at the fact that the rolls were homemade. I'll definitely be making these again.