pig in a blanket

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English[edit]

American pigs in blankets.
British pigs in blankets at the top of a plate of other Christmas foods.

Noun[edit]

pig in a blanket (plural pigs in a blanket or pigs in blankets)

  1. (US) A small sausage, usually a short hot dog, wrapped in dough and baked.
  2. (UK) A (generally pork) sausage wrapped in bacon, most common at Christmas.

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