Best Holiday Recipes: Share Them on East Brunswick Patch

Whether you only venture into the kitchen to turn on the microwave or you’re a gourmet at heart, chances are you have a favorite holiday recipe. We want to hear about it!

If there’s one thing about the holidays that almost everyone can agree upon loving, it’s the food! 

Decadent desserts, scrumptious roasts, to-die-for sides, homemade breads–you get the idea. The spreads that start popping up in homes and offices this time of year make the holidays memorable for many.

The holiday season is upong us and we want to make it easy for East Brunswick Patch readers to plan out their menus. That’s why we’re inviting you to share your favorite recipes right on the site.

It doesn’t matter if you have an elaborate turkey dish to share or your favorite is a simple cookie recipe that gets your family in the holiday spirit each year: We want to hear from you! Just share your favorite recipes–and photos if you have them–by uploading them to our announcements section.

Comment at the bottom of this article with your recipe!

Happy cooking everyone and have a safe, wonderful and yummy holiday season!

Madzi December 20, 2012 at 11:51 AM
A family favorite for appetizers at Christmas and Easter: first, get a really good ring of Kielbasa. European Provisions has consistently good ones. Place in a large skillet, add a little water and white wine and simmer, covered, until heated through. Don't allow the liquid to boil as you may split the kielbasa and you want to avoid that. After the sausage is cooked, allow it to cool to room temperature. Spread out 2 rolls of crescent roll dough and press the seams together. Wrap the sausage in the dough, making sure all the seams are closed. Any leftover dough can be cut into holly leaf shapes to decorate the ring. Place the covered sausage link on a foil or parchment-lined cookie sheet or jellyroll pan and pop it in an oven that's been preheated to 375 degrees. Bake until the dough is nicely browned. Serve it sliced with an assortment of mustards and horseradish cream. I guarantee this will disappear first from your holiday table and you'll wonder why you didn't make TWO rings to serve.


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