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Snail sausages
Snail sausages
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Have you ever thought of eating snails? This is a fun a homemade recipe for kids and adults for when you decide to try to eat snails for the first time. These small snails will most probably be a fun side dish of a kid party.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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4 Sausages
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4 Uncooked spaghetti
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1 teaspoon Mayonnaise
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16 Quinoa seeds
Instructions:
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Divide the sausages in half on the short side. Cut away the round edges.
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Divide the long parts in half along the sausages. Place the pieces with the flat side down. Cut a few small deep evenly spaced cuts in each piece.
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On the edge piece cut away approximately 2 cm. keep for later. Make sure you keep the round end piece.
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On the round edge’s pieces make a diagonal cut. Place the piece on a flat surface so it looks like the head of the snails are looking up.
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Place the small round piece on the back of the snail. Attach the piece with a small piece of uncooked spaghetti.
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Wrap the long side around the small piece and attach with a piece of uncooked spaghetti.
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Place on the head of the snails some uncooked spaghetti pointing up, so it looks like tentacles.
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Place 2 small dots of mayonnaise for eyes on each snail. Place a quinoa seed on each mayonnaise to make the eyes finished.
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