Sausage Balls Made Without Bisquick recipe
Today we are bringing to you a holiday favorite of mine and so many around the South, Sausage Balls. Typically, these are made with Bisquick baking mix but today I am bringing you a way to make it with self-rising flour. I do believe that Bisquick may have been the one that came up with this recipe but honestly, I am not sure.
Servings Prep Time
30-45Sausage Balls 30Minutes
Cook Time
20-25Minutes
Servings Prep Time
30-45Sausage Balls 30Minutes
Cook Time
20-25Minutes
Ingredients
Instructions
Main Instructions
  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Start with grating your cheese. Set that to the side for the moment
  3. If you have a stand mixer, this works the best and takes the least effort but you can do this by hand as I demonstrate in my video above. For this recipe, we are going to show you the by-hand method but if you are using a stand mixer, just add in the flour, and then the sausage a little at a time. Then do the same with the cheese until it forms a smooth ball.
By Hand Method
  1. In a bowl, add in the two cups of flour.
  2. Gradually add in the sausage breaking and mixing it up as you go. You can see the video below for how I do this.
  3. Add in the cheese a little at a time as well. Mixing with your hands as you go.
  4. It does take a good bit of effort to get it all mixed up together. You want it to form a smooth well-mixed ball of dough. You should be able to pull a small amount apart and roll it up and it sticks together.
  5. After you have your ball of dough formed. You will need a couple of baking sheets. Spray them or coat them with a lite coating of oil. You could also line them with parchment paper to keep the balls from sticking to the pan.
  6. Pull a small amount from the ball of dough and roll in your hands to form a ball. It should be roughly about the size of a walnut.
  7. Once you have them all rolled out, pop them in your preheated oven.
  8. Bake at 350 degrees for about 20-25 minutes until they are golden brown.

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