The other day I tried to make my first version of "pigs in a blanket". What "pigs in a blanket" has to do with hot dog/sausage and crescent? Don't worry I made a little research.
It is believed that the dough wrapped sausage tradition began in Germany. The dish is called Würstchen im Schlafrock ("Sausage in a Nightgown"). It consists of bratwurst wrapped in bacon, then completely covered with pastry dough and baked in the oven.
In the United Kingdom, "pigs in blankets" refers to small sausages wrapped in bacon. Usually served at Christmas lunch or with roast dinners, pigs in blankets are now considered an essential part of the Christmas meal.
In the United States, the term "pigs in a blanket" often refers to hot dogs or Vienna sausages wrapped in biscuit dough or croissant dough, and baked.
In Israel: Moshe Ba'Teiva (Moses in the Ark) is a children's dish consisting of a hot dog rolled in a ketchup-covered sheet of puff pastry or phyllo dough and baked.
Here are the simple steps on how to make "Pigs in a Blanket"
Sorry, I thought I over cooked them. This is what happened when your busy blogging....lol! I forgot to check the timer....hahhaha...well, hubby and Akesha likes it.