Thursday, October 27, 2011

Spooky Fingers Pita Bread


A simple and quick way to make this spooky fingers on a pita bread. Since this is a quickie way, i used store bought pita breads and some chicken sausages to make this. I still have a little pesto left which i made a week ago, i used that as a base for the pizza, arrange the sausages on top of the pesto, sprinkle some pieces of sundried tomatoes and mozarella cheese on top and there you have it, a sausage sundried tomatoes pita pizza.. less than 20 minutes!


To make those spooky fingers, what i did was i cut each sausage into 2 lengthwise, place a piece of almond as the "fingernail" on the end of the sausage. You can cut a certain angle off at the end of the sausage to fit in the almond nicely, some i did and some i did not and not all my almond slices come in one nice slice.. Dab a little ketchup on the sausage to stick the almond onto the sausages. They dont look spooky enough?? or they need some" manicure" ? hehe..no, i'm not celebrating halloween but i'm still going to eat those ' spooky and stiff' fingers!!




Ingredient :
1 piece pita bread
6 sausages, cut into 2 lengthwise
some pine nut pesto or any of your favourite base
some mozarella cheese
2 pieces of sundried tomatoes, cut into small pieces

After you have put on the base, arrange the sausages, spread the mozarella cheese and sundried tomatoes and then you can send it to oven for baking at 180C until the cheese has melted.

October is also a month of many food celebrations and one of them is sausage. I'll be submitting this entry for the Cookbook Party hosted by Louise of Months of Edible Celebrations under " Sausage Month' category
and also to the Halloween Party Event hosted by Hankerie


51 comments:

  1. As soon as I started reading this post, I said to myself "I sure hope Lena is bringing those biting finger nails to the Cookbook Party and lo and behold you are!!!

    How utterly cool...Thank you Lena, I'm off to tweet you!!!

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  2. whoops, I almost forgot, I "borrowed" your link for today's Pumpkin Day post!!!

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  3. wow this is truly amazing! it's really creative and the pizza looks absolutely lovely!

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  4. Euhhhh this is positively spooky! I love it!

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  5. love this! How fun and scary and yet delicious! I should have done this for my son's halloween school party tomorrow! Awesome

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  6. bbrrss! These fingers scared me Lena!! Look amazing! gloria

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  7. poo it does look spooky to me!!! but in a delicious way.

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  8. Wow, look at those "fingers" so scary ha!But look at the last picture, scare no more le...^^

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  9. LOL and that really looks like real fingers indeed!! where did you get inspired to come up with this idea?? haha.. but i really love sausages and sundried tomatoes..

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  10. Oh my gosh... it looks creepily spookily artistic, but I vow I'm not gonna dig in tht, lol!

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  11. I saw something similiar on Allrecipes. The fingers were made with bread stick instead. I love your take on this better than the version on Allrecipes with sausages as fingers.. the colours are more humanlike, LOL.
    Spoooooky....

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  12. this looks awesome! sure gives me the creep :) and it looks very delicious too!

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  13. these really look like bloodied severed fingers! what a great idea, perfect for halloween!

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  14. Spooky fingers going well with Halloween. Looks yummy. Lovely.

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  15. Oh wow, spooky fingers have never looked so tasty! Love it! I'm thinking of baking something fun too for Halloween...but still no idea what, haha!

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  16. I just gave me the chills when I start loading your webpage when I saw your first picture. Great job!!!

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  17. Too realistic to eat, I can feel the creeps cm by cm as the photo loaded up on my screen! You have definitely succeeded in creeping me out!

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  18. Very spooky indeed (and flesh-toned some more!) so much so that I can't imagine a better entry for a Halloween Feast! ;)

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  19. waahh...you really gave me a scare :) very spooky indeed :) did the girls eat them?

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  20. Lena you are so right! this is really spooky!

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  21. Lena..you are brave to eat them...so spooky alright ! but I would give you a 10 for such a creative pizza :) Though scary it kind of arty ! Well done ! I bet it taste good !

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  22. Wow, what a wonderful idea! Spooky and fun to eat! Really creative of you! Enjoy your weekend!

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  23. This really look very spooky... I dare not eat... hehe...

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  24. This is so much fun. Looks real! Spooky. Looks good to eat too.

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  25. yeah..spooky hor? great for the coming Halloween ... :)

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  26. Lena, I have to go buy "Chang Hock Yuen" (Chinese green cover pills to calm my nerves. "Hak say ngoh lor!" That's super creative!

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  27. I'd have to eat these with my eyes closed as I'm totally squeemish to anything gory, but they are indeed perfect for Halloween :)

    xx

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  28. Eileen@Hundred Eighty DegreesOctober 27, 2011 at 10:16 PM

    Too real to be eaten! Scary yeah!! Well done.

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  29. do they look spooky, scary or ugly? LOL!! anyway, thanks for all of your 'scary' comments. I'm chuckling as i'm reading thru your comments!!

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  30. Gosh, those really send shivers down my spine!! Spooky indeed but it was real cool!

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  31. feeling scary when looking at the "fingers" mean you are success right...salute to you, lena...great piece of "art" work, hahaha
    happy Halloween....

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  32. gosh they do look like chopped off fingers!

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  33. that's very creative! at last we have reasons to bite the nails! ;p

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  34. woww. spooky!! I dont know whether to reach for them or turn away. U know what, on second thought i would reach for them and eat them with my eyes closed!

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  35. Lena, very creative ideal but it look spooky.

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  36. This so cute! I'm sure your family had fun eating this!

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  37. o that's just plainly spooky and fun!

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  38. Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! >_< This is pretty creepy and I'm scared! But I have to say you are so creative Lena! Very impressive work. My kids will scream - I kind of want to see them seeing this though. =P

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  39. Nice one! Frankly, I wouldn't dare to eat this spooky fingers. It looks real and scary, and may I suggest to pour more tomato sauce so that it'll look bloodier, kekeke!

    Happy Halloween!

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  40. This is...spooky!! I definately wouldn't eat this!

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  41. Lena, so clever of you to make this 'finger-licious' dish. err..did you clean the nails before you cook the fingers? hhaaha..Happy Halloween.

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  42. Lena, Creative neh! spooky spooky!!
    Need to borrow ur Idea, gonna make my spooky hand too! ^^

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  43. Lena, it looks like fingers to me...must be yummy rite?

    Happy Halloween.

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  44. You are very creative! This look so scary , hehehe ..

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  45. Oooo....I missed this out too! What a scary looking dish. haha.... It's a successful post.
    Kristy

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  46. those spooky pita breads looks yummy but till I read the title of this post, especially the word "fingers" ewwwck they do not look that yummy now!

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  47. Hah! They are too good. They looks so very beautiful, I like them. they make me want to read your article even more! thanks!cheapest runescape gold, runescape gold to buy.

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