Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Spicy Sausage Cheese Bread + Bayou Boogie

Here's one of my family's favorite snack breads and it is perfect as an appetizer, while watching football, or just for when you're in the mood for a sinfully delicious snack. It is very easy to make and will delight your guests. Out of this world, cher! Enjoy!

Spicy Sausage Cheese Bread

4 cups self-rising flour
1 (1/3) cups milk
1 lb. Andouille sausage, (or other smoked sausage), sliced thin
6 slices bacon, fried crisp, drained, and crumbled
4 cups shredded cheddar cheese
1/4 cup jalapeno slices, (jarred variety)
1 tsp. garlic powder
1 tsp, salt
1/3 cup each of green onions,  green bell peppers, and onions, chopped

Saute the sausage in a large skillet until browned, about 10 minutes. Add the green onions, peppers, onions, seasonings, and jalapenos, and saute for 5 more minutes.

 In large bowl, combine the dry ingredients. Add milk and mix until moistened.

Add the sausage-veggie mixture and the cooked and crumbled bacon and mix thoroughly. Spray a pull apart bread pan or a 13x9 baking pan with cooking spray and spread dough evenly in pan. Bake in a preheated 425 degree oven for about 25 minutes . Fab!

 For a few of my Cajun Halloween Treats,  click here.

Bayou Boogie

Here's another little clip that I took at Festival Acadiens of Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys rockin' the crowd. Crank it up for this one and let the good times roll, cher!

I would like to extend a warm welcome and thanks to my new followers. I am so happy to have ya'll along as well as my old friends.  I have been recovering from the emergency eye surgery that I had in September, and have not been able to see my computer very well until now.  Please leave a comment so I can return the visit and the follow. Hope ya'll have a wonderful week and a very Happy Halloween! Merci beaucoup for stopping by!


Linda Starr said...

I was just thinking of you today and wondering what you were up to; hope all is well with your eye now. sausage and cheese together how could you go wrong with that combo, looks delicious

Big Dude said...

Good looking dish Marguerite and I always like it when you post a little dancing.

Unknown said...

That bread looks amazing! Pinning.

Rosaria Williams said...

Wow! It sure fills the bill!

c. said...

Hope all is well with you. I was just thinking about you today. I wanted a recipe that would use andouille, and remembered how much I liked your Mardi GRAS jambalaya.

A Kitchen Witch said...

Hope all is going well. I always enjoy dropping in on your blog ; )

Anonymous said...

Hi Marguerite, just recently came across your blog & I am so enjoying following! I'm not far from you in Alexandria :) keep the great pics & recipes coming!

Boo and Kari said...

I just stumbled upon your wonderful blog. My husband is from Louisianna and has thoroughly enjoyed the Cajun music. I've enjoyed your recipes and look forward to trying some. Finally figured out how to follow you.

Eddie Bluelights said...

Hi you elusive creature! I was getting very hungry waiting for the next Marguerite dish!! Very appetizing it is too. Also I enjoyed the dancing - great to see people enjoy themselves - particularly a red head there who was really enjoying life and looked as though she could keep it up all day. Where do yo all get your energy?

Velva said...

Glad to see you are back in action! This sausage bread would make a great appetizer. Definitely a football day kind of recipe.


Denise said...

Love your recipes! I can't wait to try many of them. I have to ask about your car photo. Is it an amphibious car? My mother had a friend with one. She tells stories of outings on the lake. Stop by and see me sometime.

RNSANE said...

Wow, that sounds absolutely fabulous. I fly home on the 16th from a five month stay in Jaipur, India and I can't wait to make that for Thanksgiving football watching. I know my behemoth sons will love it. I've lost 30 lbs during my two India visits so I'll be good and just allow myself a taste or two ( I hope ).

Kat said...

Did you get settled in from your move? I would hate to think I had to move 25 years of stuff!!!!

Unknown said...

Finally made this! It was great!!