Wednesday, October 14, 2009

what's a party without sausage rolls!

It has been a while since l have posted something that is savory, and these sausage rolls make the perfect savory post. I'm always on the hunt for the perfect sausage roll recipe, and whilst visiting some very good friends of ours l think l may have found a winner. We were served these mouthwatering homely Sausage Rolls, K kindly gave me the recipe and with Coopers Birthday on Saturday Sausage Rolls are a must.

The Recipe is from Donna Hay, but K adds something special and this something is something that l would never in a million years think of adding. Well l suppose l should tell you, the special ingredient is a hand full of sultana's. I was contemplating whether or not l should add them but I'm so glad l did.

1kg sausage mince
2 eggs
2 c fresh breadcrumbs
1/3 c worcestershire sauce
2 tbs tomato paste
3 sheets puff pastry
2 yolks, lightly beaten
sesame seeds to sprinkle

** I always add stuff - usually a grated carrot or 2, half a grated zuchinni and a good handful of sultanas. Dont use a really fine grated or the rolls will be mushy!!

200 degrees C.
Combine mince, eggs, bread, worcest, tom paste, S&P (and anything else you want to add!!).
Cut pastry sheets in half.
Place mince mix along center and roll them up! Cut into thirds (or whatever!). Place on baking paper on tray. Brush with yolk and sprinkle seeds.
Bake 20-25 mins til golden.


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