Spicy Kielbasa Buns | Klobasneks / Klobasnikis / Klobásové Buchty

Serves 6
NOTE: Exact portion sizes depend on the dimensions you choose for the sausage.

If you like Pigs in a Blanket, you’ll love this authentic snack from the Czech Republic. Be sure to use high quality sausage and you’ll be on cloud 9 in no time.

Ingredients:

2 kielbasa sausages (about a pound each)
1 Refrigerator Dough for Czech Desserts & Snacks

Method:

Gather the Kielbasa – if you are using all the dough, you will probably need two packages like this one…

This brand is a tad bit spicy and so goooood.

Cut the sausage into desired portion sizes –  I made mine about 2″ long and cut them in half since they were so wide. My goal was to make “finger food” for a party. If you’d rather serve these for a meal, cut them into 5″ portions and don’t slit them in half.

Working with half the dough at a time, roll it out thinly.

Cut into rectangles large enough to wrap around your sausage.  Mr Picky tells me your life will forever be improved by these little snacks.  I tend to agree.

Roll them up and pinch all ends to seal. The dough will stretch a little to cover.

Preheat the oven to 375F. Meanwhile, let the dough rest.

NOTE: If you’re making these for a potluck, see if the host will let you bake them at their house. They can rest in the car on the way over. If not, no biggie. Just cover the hot Klobasneks with a thick dish towel to keep warm.

Bake for about 15 minutes, or until golden. Brush immediately with melted butter (softened butter works fine too).

Serve immediately. Try not to cry out with joy.

Seriously folks – this is great game day food, party food, kids food, Mr Picky food,… just great, great, great.

P.S. They’d probably be extra lip smackin’ with a bit of spicy mustard.

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Votes: 0
Rating: 0
You:
Rate this recipe!
If you like Pigs in a Blanket, you’ll love this authentic snack from the Czech Republic. Be sure to use high quality sausage and you’ll be on cloud 9 in no time. NOTE: Exact portion sizes depend on the dimensions you choose for the sausage.Spicy Kielbasa Buns | Klobasneks/Klobasnikis/Klobásové Buchty
Servings Prep Time
1-2dozen 20minutes
Cook Time
15minutes
Servings Prep Time
1-2dozen 20minutes
Cook Time
15minutes
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Cut the sausage into desired portion sizes – I made mine about 2″ long and cut them in half since they were so wide. My goal was to make “finger food” for a party. If you’d rather serve these for a meal, cut them into 5″ portions and don’t slit them in half.
  2. Working with half the dough at a time, roll it out thinly. Cut into rectangles large enough to wrap around your sausage.
  3. Roll them up and pinch all ends to seal. The dough will stretch a little to cover.
  4. Preheat the oven to 375. Meanwhile let the dough rest.
  5. NOTE: If you’re making these for a potluck, see if the host will let you bake them at their house. They can rest in the car on the way over. If not, no biggie. Just cover the hot Klobasneks with a thick dish towel to keep warm.
  6. Bake for about 15 minutes, or until golden. Brush immediately with melted butter (softened butter works fine too). Enjoy warm.
Source:

Recipe Copyright Sasha Martin, Global Table Adventure. For personal or educational use only. This recipe and hundreds more from around the world may be found at www.GlobalTableAdventure.com.

4 Comments

  1. Jodi Heitmann says

    Made these for a family gathering this weekend — in a word — AWESOME!!! Showed so many people the recipe link because they can’t wait to make them too! I followed the recipe exactly except since I am “rolling pin” deficient, I took a golf ball sized portion of dough in my hands and flattened to make each individual bun. Also, I bought a sweet mustard from a German butcher shop which was great. Will make these often. Thanks so much!

    • Sasha Martin says

      I’m so glad you loved them! Your technique sounds just as good :) And the mustard – yummy… thanks for reporting back.

  2. If it is lower the Studio365 will tell you and let you know that it will not sound well.
    “It’s hard to believe, ” says Randy Gilbert, host of “The Inside Success
    Secrets Radio Show”-an Internet radio broadcast which has been “airing” for several
    years. Most stations will give you names of their more popular hosts and ask
    you to talk with them.

  3. But with Nexus Radio the only settings you have to worry about are where you want to save your files and what file type you want
    to save it as. It was an entertaining radio program that played the music people
    wanted to hear combined with his groovy upbeat personality.
    Many people will be happy with replaceable batteries for home use and occasional outings.

Leave a Reply