throw back thursday.. hippie roll sliders.. quick little appetizers
way back in 2011 i posted a recipe hippie roll, which are one of my all time favorite sandwiches.. they take me back to when we were first married on a budget and only ordered out like a once a month.. i then posted another version of them in 2012 that recipe here and then in early 2013 i posted these hippy roll sliders.. i love them.. like really love them.. they are easy, quick and ohh so delish.. so for my throw back thursday recipe i am repeating yet again these tasty "sandwiches" i so want to make them this weekend.. i think might have to..
hippie roll sliders
prep time: 10 minutes
cooking time: about 15 minutes to cook the sausage and peppers and about 15-18 minutes to cook the sliders one assembled
1 can of the pillsbury grand biscuits, if using as a meal or 2 or 3 cans of the smaller biscuits for appetizers (i used the lower fat biscuits)
1 package of bulk spicy italian sausage (you can buy it in links and remove the casing or leave in links and cut up into bite size pieces)
3-4 small/mini bell peppers, sliced (or 1 medium sized any color bell pepper)
1/2 small onion, sliced
herb infused olive oil (optional, i used it to brush the tops)
marinara for dipping (you can use store bought sauce or pizza sauce but i just took a can of italian diced tomatoes.. poured them into a saute pan and cooked over medium low heat until all the liquid was cooked off, stir every 10 minutes.. and takes about 30-40 minutes)
heat your oven to 350 degrees (f).. in a medium saute pan cook italian sausage until crumbly.. remove from pan with slotted spoon, leaving the oil that is now in the pan i sauteed my onions and peppers, about 7-10 minutes until tender.. roll/flatten out your biscuit add a little sausage, peppers and onions and cheese, roll up/fold up and place seam side down in a greased casserole dish (i sprayed then pan with pam) .. brush the top with flavored olive oil or regular olive oil and bake for 15-18 minutes, but check after 13... you want them golden brown and slightly cripsy.. not goey or hard..
enjoy and get cook'n!!