These mummy sausages are actually the fun take on a classic American appetizer: pigs in a blanket. Literally, “pigs in a blanket.” The only difference is that we are going to cut the blanket, which is nothing more than a breezy mass, into strips, to simulate the bandages of a mummy.

As long as they are not close to the oven, it is an ideal recipe to make with children, as there is only decorate the sausages and, although they are not very pretty, we will still be able to eat them.

It is also a snack ideal to distribute among the zombies if, as happened to us, you suffer a sudden attack from a horde of undead.

This recipe is very fast. While the oven is heating up to 180º C, cut the brisa dough into strips of approximately three millimeters wide. Think that then the dough expands, so the thinner they are, the more bandages we can put on our mummies and the cooler they will be.

When we have the strips ready, we are rolling you are in the sausages, leaving only a hole at the height of what will be the eyes of the mummies. There are various techniques to make the eyes. The easiest thing is to make some small holes with the help of a toothpick and fill them with a sauce of our taste that is dark. They can also be put when taking the sausages out of the oven, using, for example, sesame seeds.

Once our mummy sausages are ready, we arrange them on a baking tray, on parchment paper, so that they do not stick, and we paint them with beaten egg. When the oven reaches the right temperature, we introduce them and bake for about 15 minutes, until the dough is golden brown. Serve immediately.

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With what to accompany the mummy sausages

Ideally, serve the mummies together with some sauce. We can put ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise or barbecue sauce. I would also bet on a spicy sauce, be it a good homemade sriracha or a classic brava sauce. And to enjoy!

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