Mamma's Hot Sausage Cheese Squares
As kids, our mother made this dish during either the Thanksgiving or Christmas Holidays. It quickly became a family favorite. Cheesy and delicious, kids and adults alike will love them.
Yield: 1 Servings Ready in 1 hours, 15 minutes
Cuisine: Main Ingredient: Sausage
favorite of 19 people 9 people want to try
|1 lg tube breakfast sausage (hot); Can substitute regular for hot.|
|1 box Bisquick (original); do not use the pancake/waffle mix|
|1 jar Mayonnaise|
|1-2 Bell Peppers; Originally called for bellpeppers, however I omit and still tastes good|
|1-2 Onions (medium); You may adjust quantity based on your taste. I like to use 1 onion but have used 2 for more onion flavor.|
|2 pkgs Cheddar cheese|
|2 pkgs Mozzarella|
|2 pkgs Parmesan|
|1 cup celery; (chopped)|
Mamma's Hot Sausage Cheese Squares Preparation
In Skillet, brown sausage. Drain. Transfer drained sausage to a large mixing bowl. Set aside.
Place onion, bell pepper (optional) & celery (optional) in food processor. Puree ingredients.
Add Puree mixture to the drained sausage. Add eggs and cheese. Knead together like dough. Set aside.
In separate bowl add 2-3 cups busquik mix. Use your spoon and form a hole in the center. Spoon 1/2 cup mayo in center of busquik mound. Pour 1/3 cup milk into center of busquick mound. Stir busquik, mayo & milk. (Add milk if necessary to thin out the mixture) The goal is to achieve a mixture that is just thin enough to spread. You do not want batter consistency. You do not want a dough to form.
With a spatula, spread a thin layer of the bisquik mixture on the bottom of a 11 x 18 inch dish. (The bread will rise when cooking, so no need for a thick layer). Next, spoon meat mixture on top of busquik layer. Lastly, spread a thin layer across the top of meat mixture.
Bake@ 350 degrees for 15-30 minutes.
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