Sunday, July 22, 2012

Quick and Easy Kolaches

The Strawberry Papa, D, Made these for breakfast this morning. If you are wondering what a Kolache is...I don't really know. D says it's similar to Pigs in a Blanket. It seems that every bakery and donut shop in the South has their own version of kolaches, and none bears any resemblance to any other.
D spent his early childhood in his grandfather's bakery in Houston. The bakery was known for it's kolaches. D modelled these after his childhood memories, minus the waking up at 4am.
This will probably be the simplest recipe you will  ever see here in Strawberry Land. D makes these on the weekends so I can sleep late. The little Berries devour them.

2 cans of large flaky biscuits
1 package of hot dogs (or sausages, though D insists hot dogs are more authentic)

Preheat oven to 325F.

Cut hot dogs in half. Roll one biscuit around each hot dog half. Bake 8-10 minutes or until perfectly golden brown. Serve warm.

1 comment:

  1. Kolacky's are sometimes filled with fruit. They are Polish and common here in MN.