I've had a hundred requests for this recipe over the years. Perfect for brunch or as an evening snack, this sausage-filled bread is not tricky to make...and I never have to worry about storing leftovers!
-Vada McRoberts, Silver Lake, Kansas
These stars can be served hot or at room temperature. I have experimented often with these ingredients and the recipe lends itself to a variety of individual tastes.
Mary Anne Fields, Greeneville, Tennessee
Janet Hommes, of Surprise, Arizona uses a packaged coleslaw mix for this easy eggroll, so it’s a breeze to put together. Serve it with your favorite brand of sweet ’n’ sour sauce to suit your family’s taste.
“These quick, versatile wontons are also great for a crunchy afternoon snack or paired with a bowl of soothing soup on a cold day. I usually make a large batch, freeze half on a floured cookie sheet, then store in an air-tight container.” Brianna Shade - Beaverton, Oregon
The best things come in small packages, as these tasty sliders prove. With a filling this good, you’ll want to have a fork on hand for any yummy tidbits that get away. —Priscilla Yee, Concord, California
Casual, flavorful and low in carbohydrates, the Vietnamese Pork Lettuce Wraps are a perfect and low-fuss way to feed a group. Place the ingredients separate dishes and let your guests assemble their own wrap, which allows them to personalized to suit their tastes. —Gretchen Barnes, Fairfax, Virginia
Taquitos are a popular appetizer and these homemade ones are so much better than the frozen ones in the supermarket. If you want a little more punch to the filling, adjust the seasonings to suit your taste.Taste of Home Test Kitchen
I was born and raised in Australia, but moved to the U.S. when I married my husband. When I long for a taste of home, I bake up a batch of these sausage rolls and share them with neighbors or co-workers.Melissa Landon, Port Charlotte, Florida
Egg rolls are so easy with this recipe, you'll wonder why you haven't been making them all along! Look for a good dipping sauce in the Asian aisle at your supermarket. —Angel Randol, Apple Valley, California