This year, Thanksgiving and Hanukkah converge for the ultimate holiday portmanteau of Thanksgivukkah. This once-in-a-lifetime event (seriously, this isn’t happening again for another 70,000 years) has inspired such creations as the turkey-stuffed sufganiyah, latke cranberry fritters and more delightful savory treats and desserts.
Feeling inspired, the Foodbeast team decided to make our own delicious Thanksgivukkah contribution. So, we grabbed some chicken sausages, wrapped them in turkey bacon, threw them on the pan and drizzled the creation in mustard. What resulted was both delicious and breathtaking.
The Bacon-Wrapped Star of David
- 1 bottle of mustard
- 20 slices of turkey bacon
- 5 Hebrew National Beef Franks
How to Make It
- Cook turkey bacon and sausages on a skillet separately.
- When both meats are lightly browned, place on a paper towel to cool for 5 minutes.
- Cut sausages in half lengthwise. This will make wrapping the turkey bacon easier.
- Wrap each sausage in turkey bacon, connecting them with more extra slices into the shape of a hexagram.
- Outline the star with mustard and feast!