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Spicy Rye Rounds

"This is a recipe that my mother loved to use at the holidays!! It is quick EASY and can be prepared (and frozen) in advance! Enjoy this, it tastes GREAT!"
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Ingredients

17 m servings 676 cals
Original recipe yields 8 servings

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  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C).
  2. In a large skillet, brown ground beef and sausage. After beef and sausage are browned, add cheese. Mix often. Once all ingredients are combined spoon 1 tablespoon of the mixture onto each piece of rye bread. Arrange bread with toppings on a baking sheet.
  3. Bake 5 to 7 minutes.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 676 calories; 45.2 g fat; 31.7 g carbohydrates; 34.6 g protein; 122 mg cholesterol; 1375 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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My husband LOVED them. I addded a little chopped onion. Delicious and easy to make. They freeze well also!

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Im sorry this just tasted way too heavy for mt family. Thanks anyways

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My husband LOVED them. I addded a little chopped onion. Delicious and easy to make. They freeze well also!

For kids, use MILD sausage!

To reviewer Kristenjanel: Your mother might have called these Hanky Pankies. The processed cheese most often used is Velveeta. Great to freeze and take out when unexpected company comes. Jus...

AWESOME! I had this recipe years ago (although it had a disgusting name and refuse to post it here) and had lost it. As soon as I read this, I knew it was the one! Make sure to use Velveeta- gen...

Im sorry this just tasted way too heavy for mt family. Thanks anyways

Known to the Irish as "sh*t on a shingle"... been in the family for years. This recipe is so simple and delicious- use Velveeta! And I prefer mild Italian sausage... it appeals to more people....

I've made this recipe a lot before. The best thing to do is to ADD A TABLESPOON OF OREGANO and mix it into the meat before adding the cheese. Trust me it makes it so much better.

There were great and I also added cooked onion and bell pepper to mine. This is a keeper!

I remember making these when I was younger. I had a hard time finding the recipe again for them. I love these and they are so easy to make ahead of time and freeze for later.