Ever just fancy something different for your buffet table instead of the same old boring things? These Sticky Teriyaki Chipolata Bites are insanely irresistible!! Not only are they seriously easy to make with minimal prep time but I guarantee they will disappear quicker than you can say, “Where did they go?!” All you need are a few ingredients, a non stick dish & guests to please…
Here is what you will need to make 24 bites.
*If you don’t have a really good non stick dish, line your dish with tin foil to avoid a hard clean up later!
First, preheat your oven to 190°C/Fan 180°C and, if necessary, line your oven dish with tin foil.
Next, if you have regular sized chipolata sausages, twist them in the middle and pull/cut apart to make lots of mini bites. You can already buy them this size from some supermarkets/butchers.
Then pour the soy sauce, mirin, honey & the sesame seeds into your prepared dish and give it a really good mix.
Next add the pork chipolata bites into the dish and mix well until everything is evenly coated.
Finally, pop them into the oven to cook for 30-35 minutes. Be sure to take them out half way and give them a good stir.
Ok, I know the washing up situation looks bad – but do you see now why I say you need a REALLY good non stick dish or to line it with tin foil yes?! Personally, tin foil wins every time for me as it avoids almost any clean up at all. And I’m all for making life as easy as possible! (Except in the picture above as I had a brain fart… luckily, that’s a really good non stick dish!)
I recommend dishing these up on a nice serving plate and putting straight out on your buffet table along with some cocktail sticks – although they do still taste amazing when they’re cold too! Sprinkle with some freshly chopped parsley if you want to be fancy.
Don’t they look SO tempting?! I’m gonna be completely honest here and make a full confession – it took me and the Mr a whole 2 mins to eat the entire batch. There, I said it!! Seriously, these are just ridiculously delicious and I whole heartedly think you should make them for all your festivities this year and next! The sweet & sticky teriyaki sauce is just so moreish and tasty… I mean, I really don’t think I can sell these to you anymore! You need them in your life, trust me.
I hope you enjoyed the post my lovelies, until next time.
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*If you don't have a really good non stick dish, line your dish with tin foil to avoid a hard clean up later!
I recommend dishing these up on a nice serving plate and putting straight out on your buffet table along with some cocktail sticks - although they do still taste amazing when they're cold too! Sprinkle with some freshly chopped parsley if you want to be fancy.